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Never Here (2017)

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Disturbing events lead an artist who photographs strangers to suspect that someone out there is watching HER. Boundaries blur between real and imaginary, crime and art, the watcher and the watched.

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... Miranda Fall
... Paul Stark
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... Andy Williams
... Margeret Lockwood
... Karin
Jarek Truszczynski ... Mr. Martinelli
Sami Lati ... Sammy
... Green God
... James
... Cleo Flitcraft
... Miss Snow
David Greenspan ... Arthur Anderton
... Ignacio
... Vlad
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Lines blur between real and imaginary, crime and art, the watcher and the watched in this eerie, genre-subverting exploration of identity. Installation artist Miranda Fall (Mireille Enos) follows and photographs strangers for her art until disturbing events lead her to suspect that someone out there is watching HER...

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Rated R for language and some sexuality
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20 October 2017 (USA)  »

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Sam Shepard's final film after his passing of ALS on 27 July, 2017. See more »

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Follows Falling Objects (2006) See more »

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Interesting and Well Acted
22 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

I was surprised to see the low rating on IMDb for Never Here. If you like your mysteries tied up with a neat bow, this movie may leave you dissatisfied. However, the acting, cinematography and music were all excellent. And I was happy to see that Sam Shepard's final role was one with some meat to it. Mireille Enos' artist is totally believable and her gradual mental deterioration is impressive. For me, the twists and turns in the plot were not what riveted me. It was the looming dread that permeated the movie that grabbed me and left me pondering it for quite a while afterward.


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