The fake story of the art found beneath the depths of the ocean from a 2,000 year old ship wreck. Damien Hirst and the crew recount the moments various discoveries are made, the myths and legends surrounding the find.
A journey through disbelief, accompanying great discovery of mystery artifacts hidden in the ocean near African coastline as more and more are recovered from a supposed 1st-century wreck of Greek ship Apistos "the Unbelievable". Recovery of those treasures is to be sponsored by a controversial artist Damian Hirst.Written by
Damien Hirst's film received strong mixed emotions, evident in reviews, about his latest art installment, Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable (2017) by claiming it was a documentary, listing it as such, when in reality it is a "mockumentary". See more »
What makes you believe in things is not what's there. It's about what's not there.
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Ah, Damien, You had me going for a moment!
If you're angry at being fooled, you have only yourself to be angry at for being a fool.
The movie looks great, the first part is completely believeable and has some great characters, but it fails to hold water (hardy-har) until the end. The last third of the film drags on and there's not any huge climax. Even though the story line pitters out towards the end, it's still worth watching.
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