Limbo

2020

Drama

7
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 1306

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956.82 MB
990*720
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
P/S 39 / 100
1.92 GB
1408*1024
English 5.1
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
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960.49 MB
1280*946
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
P/S 9 / 22
1.93 GB
1408*1040
English 5.1
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 44 min
P/S 12 / 35

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Xstal 9 / 10

A Perfectly Titled Film...

A tale of those lost in perpetual transition, left in the dark, isolated and alone, as the dehumanising process of asylum seeking is dissected with great humour, empathy, sorrow and loss - outstanding!

Reviewed by yoveikivi 9 / 10

Slowly paced masterpiece

I really enjoyed this film. The cinematography is outstanding and beutiful. Some shots are so beautiful it's worth a second watch just to appreciate them. Please watch this movie!

Reviewed by bastille-852-731547 7 / 10

Understatedly poignant refugee tale

Ben Sharrock's film tells the story of a number of refugees on an island off the coast of Scotland, where they await the potential of seeking asylum in the United Kingdom. The film centers first and foremost on Omar, a refugee from Syria with a background as a musician. The film's uniquely bittersweet tone and down-to-earth resonance makes it a generally commendable picture. Sharrock uses dry humor to create "fish-out-of-water" scenarios for the refugee characters, but he does so in a smart and sophisticated way without seeming insensitive to their backgrounds and ambitions. Yet the film is also deeply cognizant of the traumas suffered by refugees, and despite the mix of lighter and darker material, the film's tone is always handled well and never manages to feel uneven. We feel the uncertainty and plight of the major characters, while also remaining endeared and deeply sympathetic to them.

The film's aesthetic is simple yet appealing, with narrow-frame cinematography of the Scottish island that can sometimes look like shots in a Wes Anderson film. As a character, Omar is also extremely well-developed through our understanding of his past as well as his future ambitions. His interpersonal relations are also carefully examined through the film's witty and thought-provoking dialogue, including conversations with other refugees and well-written telephone conversations he has with loved ones. Through the film, Omar genuinely evolves as a person in a way characteristic of coming-of-age films; this dynamic nature of his character was also handled well throughout the narrative. My only real criticism of the film is that it tends to drag in the second act, which simply felt less insightful to me in its character development or social themes than the first and the third act. That said, "Limbo" serves as a touching and clever portrait of the refugee experience that is generally worth seeing. 7.5/10.

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