So just tried to watch and absorb this film. An enigma for sure. I didn't like Andrew Garfield up to this point but I am now willing to cut him some slack. When, after a couple more viewings I am ready to put my feelings in words I'll be back. Well worth the time, as for the mental hardship...................? The nudity is worth a mention. From a male point of view it is sexual for sure. What this brings to the film I haven't quite figured out yet. At least one more viewing and then some pondering I hope will rectify this issue. I also hope I haven't been duped here!
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Under the Silver Lake (2018)
Under the Silver Lake is a movie starring Andrew Garfield, Riley Keough, and Topher Grace. Sam, intelligent but without purpose, finds a mysterious woman swimming in his apartment's pool one night. The next morning, she disappears....
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The Synopsis for Under the Silver Lake (2018) 720p
Sam () is a disenchanted 33-year-old who discovers a mysterious woman, Sarah (), frolicking in his apartment's swimming pool. When she vanishes, Sam embarks on a surreal quest across Los Angeles to decode the secret behind her disappearance, leading him into the murkiest depths of mystery, scandal, and conspiracy in the City of Angels.
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The Reviews for Under the Silver Lake (2018) 720p
Mulholland Drive without Lynch?Reviewed byClipster12Vote: 8/10
Here's what happens when a director/writer that made a really good film in "It Follows" is no longer hemmed in by independent film making limitations. It feels like he was given a green light and all the talent. funding he wanted for "Under The Silver Lake". The only thing he was missing were the boundaries and or push back that might have made this futile venture a much more focused, solid story. It's kind of like the cautionary tale of the second season of "True Detective". The first season was tremendous, the second season - well it sucked. This film wasn't bad, it was horrible, over reaching and so incredibly indulgent it feels like it was made solely for the audience of 1, the director writer because there was definitely no room for an audience in this piece. Garfield and Keogh are way above this material, an incredible slog of alternating story lines leading nowhere. Like watching a street mime but less exciting.
Think of Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice, David Lynch's Mulholland Dr, Brett Ellis's Rules of Attraction and you might get a feel as to what you'll find in this title...
This film ceratinly isn't for everyone! Surreal undertones, obscure scenes and some controversial storytelling which'll push it in cult status in years to come. The film also touches onto the classic Noir genre of the 1950's and does it very well. Perfomances from actors are great and engaging and the strange storline really pulled me in. Its definitely a journey well worth the duration if you're into something totally different to the generic releases being pushed into the mainstream these days!
9.5/10 a brilliant film