Another Earth

Another Earth

Director: Mike Cahill Cast: Brit Marling, Matthew-Lee Erlbach, D.J. Flava
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Another Earth 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
ClayMonkey More than 1 year ago
Thought-provoking and engaging.  I'd read reviews that the movie was too "silent" but it played perfectly with the story.  I wouldn't change a thing.  Perfect ending.
Nadina85 More than 1 year ago
Another Earth revolves around Rhoda and John and the relationship they develop in the aftermath of the accident. Both have become estranged from the world around them, mere shells of their former selves. She being wracked with guilt, decides to visit John and express her deepest regrets and sorrow. What she finds is a total mess of a man, and in a moment of weakness, she buckles. Instead telling him who she is and why she's there she can only offer, in the smallest of gestures, to help him clean up his life. Eventually, Rhoda becomes his salvation and John, hers. The two broken souls become involved in a torrid love affair until an unexpected opportunity leaves their relationship at a crossroads. Rhoda is now faced with the decision to tell John who she really is and what she's done. And if she does, can he still love her? Another Earth isn't really about another Earth. Another Earth is about redemption, forgiveness and the impact of second chances. It's a powerful film that captures both the imagination and the heart. This little indie film was born of grandiose vision while simultaneously facilitating deeper introspection which renders this particular viewer at a loss for words. It'll punch you in the gut, leave you conflicted and wondering what if. The entire time I was stuck in a love/hate battle with Rhoda and her situation, but at the same time, I couldn't help but care about the poor girl. She's got a good heart despite some of the questionable choices she makes. By the end, you learn to not judge as you ask yourself what would you do if you were in her shoes. A little more drama than sci-fi, Cahill has done the impossible in making us realize you don't need millions of dollars accompanied by a frenzy of CGI SFX to leave a lasting impact. By the end of the movie, left open to interpretation, the one thing we learn is that forgiveness and truth lay in the inner spaces of our hearts rather than an entire universe away.
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