Neptune

2015

Drama

2
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 174

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1 hr 41 min
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Reviewed by nsh-48221 4 / 10

Artsy But Unresolved

If you ever saw Eraserhead, this is it without the taboo but with better scenery. It keeps your attention till the end by using hooks that, when you get to the end, make little conclusive sense. Good acting, but someone is to blame for the screenplay and disappointing ending. This is a film only the pretentious could enjoy.

Reviewed by anotherguera 1 / 10

Weak sauce.

This was a pointless "art" film that never went anywhere. Spoiler alert (here's the entire story): a pretty, 14-yr-old orphan girl, in a small Maine town, is the last person a fellow student looks at, before committing suicide. She is haunted by what happened and feels bad for his family. She helps the family, but the local priest, who has raised her, is pissed and wants her to be his successor, in the church. She doesn't and actually enjoyed crabbing, with the dead boy's dad. She gives up on the town and leaves on a boat hauling sheep. The end. There, I just saved you the 2 hours I waited, hoping for some semblence of a plot to develop.

Reviewed by aldenhoot 9 / 10

Quiet beauty on a rocky coast

Set in a tight-knit island community off the coast of Maine, Neptune unfolds around a tragic loss and Hannah Newcombe's budding struggle for independence as a young woman. The rocky coastline forms a breathtakingly beautiful backdrop for this quite yet suspenseful story.

This film has some really fantastic cinematography and the shots of the coastline during golden hour left me breathless. In fact the more I reflect on the movie as a whole, the more I keep coming back to that thin line where ocean meets the rocky coast. If you've ever swam near such a shoreline you know that there is a serene beauty to floating amongst gently rolling waves, however those same gentle waves can seem terrifying when you suddenly find yourself too close to the rocks. Neptune is filled with a similar quiet tranquility, yet there is also an undeniable undertow of tension and suspense.

There is a clear reverence not just for the place, but for it's people too. In any tight-knit community the boundaries and labels of modern living get blurred by familiarity and interdependence. Lines between good and bad, cruel and generous, funny and heartless are hard to pin down. Even the rather tyrannical cleric and foster father Jerry Cook (played by Tony Reilly) winds up to be a bit more Willie Loman-esque than outright unlikable. That said, the one thing which kept this from being a full 10 stars for me is that there are moments where several of the characters appear to have been pressed into dramatic service, filling conflicting roles over the course of the film without a clear evolution in their personality which would motivate such an alteration in their actions.

If you enjoy quiet and subtle films which unfold in a gorgeous setting then Neptune is definitely worth checking out.

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