All Creatures Here Below

2018

Crime / Drama / Romance

24
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 597

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810.19 MB
1280*534
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
P/S 4 / 1
1.43 GB
1920*800
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
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776.82 MB
1280*534
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
P/S 3 / 2
1.46 GB
1920*800
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 31 min
P/S 2 / 2

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by od2-102-541456 7 / 10

Really liked it, and it's definitely a slow burn...

But things are revealed near the end, that make it pretty clear that what you've been watching is not what you thought it was. The performances by both main characters were absolutely great, and knowing what you know in the end, they become even more intriguing when you think about the little nuances in each of their performances. **Do not read further if you haven't seen it the whole way through.**

There are two things that are revealed that aren't really stated as clear facts by anyone on screen... Gensen has that conversation with his uncle at the diner, where he makes it very clear that he suffered horrible abuse by his now deceased father, who died in jail sometime after Gensen left home. However his uncle says something about them being caught for kidnapping and people finding out how Gensen and Ruby had been living for many years and that it was "unnatural". Gensen talks about a particular time during his childhood where abuse had taken place, and how the father did things to Ruby and then made him do things to her as well. The words are never spoken, but it becomes apparent that Gensen and Ruby are brother and sister.

The second thing that isn't really spoken but it becomes obvious at the end, is that Ruby accidentally suffocated the baby when she was trying to muffle her cries, so that they weren't caught by hotel staff. She tells Gensen that she had finally gotten the baby to sleep, and until he hits Ruby with the shovel, you're not 100% sure whether the baby is asleep or dead, although I was thinking she was dead. But it's never plainly said and you only see Ruby holding the blanket the baby is wrapped up in, but not the baby herself.

I believe that Gensen kills Ruby, because he feels he is saving her from what would become her life after they are caught. He expressed concern that she would have a difficult time making it on her own, much less in jail. Now that they couldn't surrender peacefully and return the baby to her mother unharmed, there would be far more severe consequences for Ruby. I believe he feels his killing Ruby is mercy and best for her.

All in all it's a very interesting movie. The story can be somewhat slow and it's a truly tragic one. Not a "feel-good" movie for sure, but the very strong performances and the plot turns & revelations that take place...by the end, it becomes a very original and worthwhile story. I consider myself to be among the more knowledgable and experienced members of most audiences. I also work in the film industry on the production end. This definitely has it's effects on my perspective...which can sometimes be good and sometimes bad. It's a good thing when a movie can surprise me and get me invested. After everything I've seen, when a film gets me emotionally invested and I'm sucked into the story (not picking it apart or thinking "I know how they got that shot")... it usually means they did it right and did it well.

Reviewed by yoselahonda 4 / 10

Of Mice and Men...and Incest

Unlike the Steinbeck classic, this movie fails at being symbolic of anything, contemporary or ages past. There's a Lennie character that is stupid but likes to steal/kill babies. There's a George, who instead of portraying the loneliness of the "every man" type, is a troubled, seemingly meth addled, murderer. And in this case George and Lennie are brother and sister...and lovers.

Despite the movie's failures at creating a context in which you gain an insight into each individual character's 'man is an island' experience, the individual performances are very good. You get a basic idea of the primal desires that motivate the two main characters, and the actors are very convincing in their rolls. The twist is they're incestuous abuse survivors...as if that explains everything. By the time "George" puts down "Lennie" you're glad it's over.

Reviewed by GonzoDanMan 4 / 10

Great acting, unnecessary story

This feels like an Indie film from get go, and it sort of ropes you right in from the beginning; you are curious about these odd and rather sad characters and stick around to see where this is going to go. The acting is top notch, really quite incredible performances from people you don't see often (I've never seen either of the two leads). HOWEVER. If this was based on a true story, it should never be retold. If it's just fiction, the writer should seek other topics. This thing is just drenchingly sad. The story winds down and down, you know midway through that there can be NO possible good outcome. Towards the end, we can see what is happening in that hotel room and then just hope and wish that it doesn't turn out to be what you think it will; it does. From there on out to the bizarre ending, it is just purely unnecessary sadness. Why tell a story like this? Who could possibly enjoy watching such tragedy? I don't get it. Everything about acting and music and cinematography top notch, but damned if I know why anyone would dream up such depressing dreck to film for others to see. John Doe turned in a top notch performance too, albeit quite brief. Can't wait to see X again, they never let you down, unlike this movie...

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