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Neither Heaven Nor Earth (2015)

Ni le ciel ni la terre (original title)
Not Rated | | Drama, Fantasy, Mystery | 30 September 2015 (France)
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While on a mission in Afghanistan, French captain Antarès Bonassieu's men start vanishing one by one without explanation.

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... Capitaine Antarès Bonassieu
Swann Arlaud ... Jérémie Lernowski
Marc Robert ... Jean-Baptiste Frering
... William Denis
... Patrick Mercier
... Stéphane
Clément Bresson ... Etienne Baxer
Sâm Mirhosseini ... Khalil Khan
Édouard Court ... Benjamin Julliard (as Edouard Court)
Steve Tientcheu ... Oscar Varennes
Hamidreza Djavdan ... Chef Taliban 'Sultan' (as Hamid Reza Javdan)
Aria Faghih Habibi ... Ado vilage (moto)
Seyed Jafar Mirhosseini ... Malek Abdullah Ali (chef du village)
Dean Mirhosseini ... Père village (moto)
Yashar Vah ... Fils de Malek
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While on a mission in Afghanistan, French captain Antarès Bonassieu's men start vanishing one by one without explanation.

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Opening Weekend USA:

$2,836, 7 August 2016, Limited Release

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$10,162, 11 September 2016
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Capitaine Antarès Bonassieu: While I sleep here, a man comes and kills me in the night. He takes me off and burns me. You come and say, "Allah took him," but a man killed me. You don't see Allah do it, so you can't be sure.
Ado vilage (moto): Yes, I can.
Capitaine Antarès Bonassieu: How can you be sure of something you don't see and never have?
Ado vilage (moto): Look over there. It's dark and you don't see the men. But with your goggles, you see them. If you don't see the men, it doesn't mean they're not there, it means it's dark and you have no goggles.
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Suite in G Minor - Sarabande
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach
Performed by Jordi Savall
(P) 1997
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Effective and haunting.
11 June 2018 | by See all my reviews

This film was so engaging it is such a pity it ended they way it did. As the logline says: vanishing one by one without explanation. Well, that's just it; the disappearances are never explained. I expected some sort of lead to the disappeared or to the phenomena at least, but nothing. The film just leaves you hanging to make up your own mind as to what (possibly) happened to the men.

There are no jump scares here, but it is creepy and effective, mysterious and intriguing. The acting was also very natural, adding to the credibility. Jeremie Renier in particular was very good as the somewhat subdued Captain. It was also interesting to see how the Unknown affects the various characters. Despite the dissatisfying ending (for me, at least) it was still well worth the watch and I would probably watch it again.


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