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Complete Unknown is a movie starring Erin Darke, Rachel Weisz, and Hansel Tan. As a man contemplates moving to a new state with his wife for her graduate program, an old flame - a woman who often changes identities - reenters his...

Mystery, Drama
Joshua Marston
Rachel Weisz, FaTye, Erin Darke, Hansel Tan

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Product details

Genres Mystery, Drama
Director Joshua Marston
Writer Julian Sheppard, Joshua Marston
Stars Rachel Weisz, FaTye, Erin Darke, Hansel Tan
Country USA
Also Known As Complete Unknown - Cambio d'identità, Complete Unknown - Du bist, wer du vorgibst zu sein, 雙面艾莉絲, Teljesen ismeretlen, O Completo Desconhecido, Identities, Άγνωστοι, Akit senki sem ismer, Desconhecida, Yeniden Ben, コンプリート・アンノウン 私の知らない彼女, Nieznajoma
Runtime 1 h 31 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description As a man contemplates moving to a new state with his wife for her graduate program, an old flame - a woman who often changes identities - reenters his life at a birthday dinner party.

Top reviews

Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 15:33

I watched the DVD version of this movie, and I was amazed how much this film had in it to keep it interesting for the long haul. The premise is interesting and well thought out, and the movie works well on so many levels. It's got a unique and fresh feel to it that is very refreshing, and the entire movie feels very original. However, the movie is certainly not perfect. I'm afraid that it doesn't reach the same level of tension or importance that it could have, because there are times when it becomes a little too long and loses its impact. It was a little too slow in some parts, and the ending felt like it was a bit too tidy. The main character, who is also played by Drew Barrymore, has a lot of potential to do much better in her acting, and she does well, but there are too many moments where she overacts and doesn't fit the character she's portraying. I also really think that it could have been a little more realistic, because the main character is an actress who has never had to deal with people in her life, and yet she is one of the most powerful people in her life. Her acting skills are excellent, and I don't think she would be the same without them. The cinematography and photography are amazing, and it's a shame that it's not as visually beautiful as the rest of the film. The direction is good, but I do have some issues with it. I don't really think the film could have been longer. The script was pretty good, and there are some very good jokes. There are also a lot of great references to other films and TV shows, but the jokes are just too few and far between to really make the movie stand out. Overall, this movie is an interesting and enjoyable one that works very well on many levels. It's also a film that will stick with you, but you probably won't be that impressed with it. You'll probably end up saying "it's not that great" after you've seen it, but it's still worth your time.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 13:49

A large cast including Lea Seydoux, Pierre and his brother, the venerable and iconic Berenice Bejo and none other than Sir Ian McKellen join up in a movie about the circumstances of a hotel in the Napoleonic wars, which is the subject of a true story. And the true story in this case is so fresh and so incisively stated that you will want to re-visit the story time and again. The story is about the hotel where Berenice Bejo (played by the always-wonderful Seydoux) works and where the two brothers, played by a young Michel Lonsdale and a great-looking Bejo, who are the main characters, are staying, which is a very special place where there are all the details that people from the time would have in mind. The hotel, a place where things happen with remarkable frequency, but without that unique atmosphere that is found in the movie, is an important part of the story, and that's what makes it so interesting. For a movie with such a great cast it's surprising that the story goes in such a different direction. And that's what makes the movie work. But it is not about an epic or about the Napoleonic Wars, it's more about the difference between freedom and order, between freedom and convention and freedom and tradition, between freedom and privilege and privilege. And in that sense it's a great movie. The story is simple and there are no great twists, but it is a very interesting one. It is also a very well-made movie, with excellent performances from the whole cast, from the young and very young actors, from the very old and the very old. And what makes it work is the way the story is told, and that's because the film is full of details that will be very interesting to people who are into history and the Napoleonic wars. The acting is great, the music is great and the direction is excellent. It's an amazing film that has a great cast and a very strong and very powerful story. It's a good movie, but not a great one. 7/10

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