Javier Botet suffers from Marfan syndrome, A genetic disorder that is characterized by tall statures, slender frames, and elongated limbs and digits. See more »
At 13:27 into the film, Juliet is facing a painting while Jack is on her right as they are both facing the camera. 1 second later when the camera is behind them, as she turns to leave, Jack is standing on her left. See more »
I love a good post apocalyptic thriller so I was looking forward to this one. It starts really well, and then quickly becomes odd, then frustrating, then just plain eye-roll worthy.
The entire movie jumps back and forward between timelines but does so in a way that feels very jarring. The entire relationship between the two leads felt unrealistic... so many plot points and character decisions just became too much of a stretch for me. I can suspend my disbelief to a certain point but c'mon guys...
I really wanted to like it, it was shot beautifully, the creatures were genuinely creepy, and it had potential.
Points for originality, I definitely wasn't expecting what I saw (though I did call the 'twist' about 20 minutes before it happened). The message that the writer tries to leave us with is a nice one but feels out of place in this genre and left me with too many questions.
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