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- Willem Dafoe
- Robert Pattinson
- Valeriia Karaman
Did You Know?
- Dafoe and Pattinson stated that they barely spoke a word to each other on set and were too exhausted to hang out together after a day of shooting because filming was so physically demanding due to the miserable weather conditions. While Pattinson stayed at a normal hotel with the rest of the film crew during the shot, Dafoe lived in a little fisherman cottage in solitude. On set, on the other hand, Pattinson would tend to eat and stay by himself in filming breaks, while Dafoe stayed with the crew. Both stated that they liked each other very much as soon as they had their first real conversation a few months later.
- Thomas Wake: How long have we been on this rock? Five weeks? Two Days? Help me to recollect.
Atom User Reviews
had no idea what I was walking into... still no idea what I watched. took a bit to catch on to the accent/language. great acting. the plot seemed to be jumping around as if part of a schizophrenic story telling. definitely different. the whole.black and white and square picture was neat. gave some of the movie way more depth and created more atmosphere with the shadows and lighting.
One of the first movies in a long time where i was on the edge of seat. Cinematography, Directing, Acting = perfection. This movie is a must see!
While The Lighthouse didn’t hit me as deeply or as sharply as The Witch, the fact that such a strange feature can still be produced with so few concessions to the mainstream, and that it’s coming to theaters, feels like a breath of fresh air — albeit one cut with at least a few Willem Dafoe farts.
The Lighthouse provides a marvellous chamber-drama platform for two actors, Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe, who seize the opportunity with gusto.
The movie delivers its share of shudders, along with fabulous arias of anger, wrath and disgust from both actors as the power dynamic bounces back and forth.