R&A 16: Complete Unknown

1 h 31 min  |  Love&Anarchy  |  Release Date: 16.9.2016

Are there limits to the autonomy we can (or should) have over our individual identities? Can one be true to oneself by being someone else entirely? These are the questions that will rattle viewers via Marston and co-writer Julian Sheppard’s neat, talky screenplay (...).

(Rachel) Weisz’s character – if, indeed, she can be said to play just one – is introduced in a shuffling variety of guises (...). Alice, as she calls herself for most of the film, has been in an amorphous state of identity for 15 years, casually shedding incarnations and attachments without a backward glance. Well, almost without. Cut to the decidedly more streamlined life of Tom (Michael Shannon), a tightly wound government official living comfortably in Brooklyn with his jewelry-designer wife (...) and celebrating his birthday (...). One guest brings a date in the glamorously black-clad form of Alice (...) The only one quietly unenchanted is Tom, and with good reason – for he knew Alice when she was Jenny, and they were lovers.


Language: English / Subtitles: -


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