People from all sorts of backgrounds set sail on a warship. They get drunk on alcohol, drugs and sex. Later, everyone grows tired and falls asleep, then the ship enters an unknown space enveloped in fog.
People from all sorts of backgrounds set sail on a warship. They get drunk on alcohol, drugs and sex. Later, everyone grows tired and falls asleep, then the ship enters an unknown space enveloped in fog. In the morning, the people wake up to find the ship floating in the air.Written by
Wouldn't say that was waiting for the movie since it has been declared, but planned to watch it if there will be such a possibility. So, as the picture appeared in the Internet I decided to try to watch it. That was tedious enough.
The movie represents a good idea concerning some of philosophical questions about the social inequality and place of a human on the Earth, however these questions are shuffled with meaningless scenes in style of bad blockbuster/horror/thriller. Think it will be enough to point out that there are lots of scenes with fighting for something as well as scenes with blood. Of course they are needed to explain the main idea but in my opinion, firstly, there are too much of them, and secondly, they are shown insufficiently beautiful.
What about beauty of the movie and composition in whole - the plot is overconcentrated on things that could be omitted and time might be used to more clearly draw some ideas. The camera is moving too fast and it's shiftings are completely disorganised. Actors are nice but not perfect. Interior design of scenes is poor and does not catches attention of a viewer.
As a result I would say that the movie is bad enough to guarantee that I won't rewatch it later and won't recommend it for watching to other people (or maybe only in case you have got some time and desire to watch a movie and you are in hard doubt).
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