Movie Review: Being 2020
As a movie critic, I had the pleasure of watching the independent drama film “Being”. The movie follows a young woman named Sarah as she navigates through life, love, and loss. The plot is simple yet powerful as it explores themes of identity, mortality, and relationships.
Firstly, I would like to commend the outstanding acting performances in this film. Sophie Turner delivers a captivating performance as Sarah with her raw emotions and vulnerability on full display. Her portrayal was realistic and convincing, making it easy for viewers to empathize with her character’s struggles.
The direction by Douglas Rath was exceptional as he skillfully captured the essence of each scene while maintaining an overall cohesive narrative. The score was hauntingly beautiful and added depth to each moment on screen.
Moreover, the production design was minimalistic yet effective in highlighting the emotions portrayed throughout the film. Special effects were used sparingly but added value to key scenes that required them.
One criticism that I have about this movie is its editing pace which could have been slower at times to allow for more emotional resonance from certain scenes. Nonetheless, this is a minor issue that does not detract from its overall impact.
In conclusion, “Being” is an emotionally charged film that will leave you reflecting on your own life experiences long after you’ve watched it. Its beautiful cinematography combined with its outstanding performances by Sophie Turner makes it one of my favorite indie films of all time. It’s definitely worth watching!
Release : 2020-01-07
Genre : Drama, Science Fiction
Runtime : 86
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Company : Brahlemieri, Three Feet from Gold
Cast : Lance Henriksen as Reverend Campbell, Robert John Burke as Sheriff Campbell, Ben Browder as Agent Dixon, Ahd as Agent Costa, Craig ‘Radioman’ Castaldo as Earnest
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