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- Alicia Vikander
- Riley Keough
- Jack Huston
- Kiki Sukezane
- Naoki Kobayashi
- Ken Yamamura
- Crystal Kay
- Akiko Iwase
- Kenta Ogawa
Did You Know?
- Lucy mentions to Teiji that she read when westerners first came to 19th Century Japan, many people did not like having their pictures taken. The reason why is they thought the "photographs would steal part of their soul." Teiji acknowledges this is true. The same was true when westerners first came to what is now Saudi Arabia in the early 20th Century.
- [having just met]
- Lucy Fly: Just trying to make conversation.
- Teiji: Why?
- Lucy Fly: Because that's what normal people do.
- Teiji: But you are not normal.
- Lucy Fly: Neither are you.
- Teiji: So let's not pretend to be.
- Lucy Fly: Okay.
Atom User Reviews
It’s almost a romantic melodrama, but it’s emotionally inert. It’s almost a biting statement about cultural appropriation, but it barely shows its fangs. It’s almost a murder mystery, but it abandons the plot for vast periods of time. It’s almost a good film except, no, that’s really stretching it. At its best it’s an unfocused plod.
Everyone here appears to be revelling in the juicy opportunities Earthquake Bird brings to hit up our memories of everything from Fatal Attraction to Single White Female.
This solidly crafted Ridley Scott production is sprinkled with classy ingredients, including Alicia Vikander as headline star. But it is also a fairly flat treatment of over-familiar plot elements, and fatally low on the key psycho-thriller elements of suspense, surprise and dread.