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High Life

High Life is a movie starring Robert Pattinson, Juliette Binoche, and André Benjamin. A father and his daughter struggle to survive in deep space where they live in isolation.

Other Titles
Augstākā sabiedrība, Une vie en hauteur, Μαύρη Τρύπα, Живот међу звездама, ハイ・ライフ, Gyvenimas aukstybese, Csillagok határán, High life
Running Time
1 hours 53 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Mystery, Thriller, Horror
Claire Denis
Nick Laird, Claire Denis, Jean-Pol Fargeau, Geoff Cox, Andrew Litvack
Robert Pattinson, André Benjamin, Mia Goth, Juliette Binoche
France, UK, Germany, Poland
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Deep space outside the solar system. Monte and his daughter Willow live together aboard a spacecraft, in complete isolation. A man whose strict self-discipline is a shield against desire, Monte fathered her against his will. His sperm was used to inseminate the young woman who gave birth to her. They were members of a crew of prisoners - death row inmates. Guinea pigs sent on a mission. Now only Monte and Willow remain. Through his daughter, he experiences the birth of an all-powerful love. Together, father and daughter approach their destination - the black hole in which time and space cease to exist.

Comments about drama «High Life» (8)

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Terry C.

There's always been a category of movies that came out that I don't really like or don't think I've ever seen but that seem to have a certain way of working. I've seen some of them and I've liked some of them but some of them just don't do much for me. I like the type of movie where the story and the acting is great but there is just no way of explaining it to the average person and that's what makes the movie, good. And this movie had that element. It was just a solid thriller that had a couple of things going for it. It had decent production value and good special effects. The story had a few twists and turns and the acting was good. It was a movie that was a good example of what is possible with a good idea. It was like something a 9 year old would come up with. I really liked the idea and it seemed like it was going to be a good idea. That was probably what was behind the downfall of the movie. The story needed more of a conclusion than just ending with an explosion. I could have made it work, but it just didn't end. It wasn't horrible but I'm not really a fan of "trouble" movies and I don't like a lot of the stuff that is put out. I'm not saying it's a bad movie because it is. But I'm not really a fan of the type of movies that are in that category. So I think it's fair to say that I liked the movie a lot. It was a solid thriller that kept you guessing until the end. If you like that type of movie, I'd recommend it.

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If you're into "Stranger Things" or even "Silent Hill" chances are you've seen this film before, or will see it again. It's been done to death and it's just an ordinary story about people who get shot in the head and try to survive, but that's about it. The premise of the film is the same as it was with the first two films, a bunch of kids run from a police station and end up in the middle of nowhere and have to survive. This time though the setting is in a forest, with lots of creepy trees, creepy insects, creepy creatures and a mysterious man who was killed by a girl who was dragged down a hole by a bear. If you enjoyed "Silent Hill" or "The Evil Dead" you'll enjoy this film, but if you're expecting a horror film from the genre you'll be a bit disappointed. The plot is fairly predictable and there are so many bad things happening that I wasn't surprised that I couldn't keep up with it, but the characters were pretty decent. The main character did a good job of making you dislike him, but there's not much else he does that isn't annoying. The mother and father are irritating and a bit of a distraction, the police officer is a bit of a disappointment and the robot looks like a joke. The film also features some good music and some good cinematography. The acting is good, but it's also very wooden. Overall this film is nothing more than a poor man's "Silent Hill". I wouldn't suggest watching it unless you're into the genre and want something very similar to that.

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What the hell is up with the rating? It's one of the most high rated horror movies in the last few years, and it's rated 5.7? That's actually quite low. People are just overrating it because they don't know how to rate a movie, or maybe they think they're better than everyone else. This movie is not worth your time, and in fact, I don't think anyone should even bother. It is as bad as everyone says it is. The actors are good, and they're mostly unknowns, so that's why I gave it a 7. The special effects are excellent, and it's not like this movie is a classic or anything. It's not even a good movie, just a typical low budget. You know the story, but this is not the reason to see it. If you're just here to see some good movie making, and you like horror movies, or something that is more in the vein of the Evil Dead series, then this might be worth it, but I didn't like it at all.

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Jack R.

After a series of strange deaths, the government is called in to investigate. But the survivors of the disaster are not all that they seem. The story has been done before, but there is a few new twists to it. The movie is a little slow, but the movie is well made. It has a nice look to it. The acting is good, but the characters are not all that interesting. The movie is a little slow, but it is worth a watch.

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Roy P.

The movie starts with a character - a young man - on his deathbed. As he dies he is seen to have 'gone white' and is now quite dead. But this doesn't seem to be a complete death, as he's still walking and talking and seemingly alive. He is no longer in a coma, and it is left to the viewer to decide whether or not he is still alive or dead. The movie then follows his companion, and while this may seem like a plot for a horror movie, in fact this is very much a story of character, and it is actually the most interesting thing about the film. As he is walking and talking we know he is alive, but we don't know for sure whether he is dead. The film is structured as a series of vignettes. Each vignette has a couple of characters and a certain number of scenes. The vignettes are often disturbing, and we know that they are scary. There is the woman who lives in the house with the dog. There is the small boy who tries to steal the dog. There is the family that has just moved into a new house and the two older brothers who go to a local museum to try and find a map of the town. There is the guy who lives next door who is creepy, but not too creepy, and the older girl who tries to become his girlfriend. There is the black man who has just moved in. There is the guy who knows where they live. And there is the town's sheriff who seems to be the main focus of the film. Each of these vignettes then show a different type of person, and they do it in a very disturbing way. This is what makes the film interesting. It is not just a horror movie. It is a film about a very interesting and different type of person, and what he will do next. You can't look at the character of the character, but at the person in the film. In the last vignette, the boy finally gets his dog back, but now he seems to have lost the ability to feel pain. The story then ends with the boy in a coma and his new companion saying that the boy will wake up and he will be fine. We can only speculate on whether or not he is still alive or dead. But this is still a very interesting film.

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Joseph Young

I saw this film on television and I thought it was okay. I thought it was good, but I'm not sure it's worth seeing on the big screen. The story is about a man who takes a group of people to an isolated island and then takes them on a long journey. The story is pretty simple, and there's not much of a plot. The film is pretty slow, and I think the only reason it's not a good film is because the characters are so boring. The acting was decent, and the cinematography was pretty good. The film is also pretty graphic, and there are some scenes that are pretty graphic. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes zombie movies, and I think it's worth a watch.

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Gary Burton

Not a typical sci-fi movie, but a rather clever thriller in the sense that it takes a conventional storyline and makes it something completely different. The movie begins with an episode of "Wired" on the fictional "Zeroes" podcast where the host, Craig Anthony, tries to convince his listeners to find out what they think is going on in the universe, but they all say "No." I was looking forward to a movie that would make me think and get my mind off of the daily grind of the 21st century and reality. Instead, I ended up wondering how much time there is in the universe. There are some scientific terms and terms used by the Zeros to explain their ideas. The Zeros have been created by an alien race that have evolved to the point that they can interface with humans and have a mind of their own. They were the first to be created and so they are the first to exist, but there is no time travel. So, all humans were created and they will die off one by one in the future. There is also a scene where the Zeros travel back in time to "save" a woman that they think will become pregnant and will destroy the universe. The Zeros are sent back in time to find a way to prevent that woman from getting pregnant and then to destroy the universe. One of the things that struck me was the lack of obvious communication between the Zeros and the human race. Even though they were a human race, the Zeros are trying to communicate with them and communicate with each other but we never hear anything back. The humans just take it and move on. There are also other problems with the movie that are dealt with very effectively and well. One example would be the discussion of reproduction. Some humans believe that humans are programmed to reproduce, but it is not like that. The Zeros believe that the universe is designed that way. They believe that if the Zeros were alive, they would still be alive and would have a strong mind. In order to keep their own existence, the Zeros have evolved into beings that can communicate with and interact with the humans. The question is, if humans are the same as the Zeros, why would the Zeros want to be human? What about the idea that the humans are programmed to reproduce and keep a population alive? When the Zeros tell the humans that they can never be human, what does that say about the nature of humanity? How would the Zeros interact with a human race that would make them human if they were really alive? Another thing that struck me was the ambiguity that existed within the universe. There are some things that could not possibly be happening. Like the Zeros asking the human race if they would do anything if they were created and a human race saying "No." At one point, one of the Zeros asks the human race if they would save the universe and a human race says "No." Now, that is a very interesting question because there is no answer to that. So, there is no answer to what would happen if humans are truly alive and the universe is in fact a simulation. Now, all of this is part of the plot of the movie and it works very well. I have seen a lot of movies in my life, but this was the only one I had ever enjoyed.

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Jacob Warren

This is an excellent movie. The acting is good, the story is good, and the special effects are good. The only problem with it is that it is very slow, and there are a lot of long scenes where nothing happens. The movie has a lot of sex scenes, but I don't think they are that bad. If you like horror movies, then this is a good movie. If you like action movies, then this is not so good.