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Breath

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Two young boys have been companions since long time. They have a common leisure activity, them two like the enterprises and adventures. When they meet a strange adventurer, they are going to get into an energizing enterprise that has numerous difficulties. Together, they learn numerous things through this adventure.
Actors: Richard Roxburgh ,
Richard Roxburgh
Richard Roxburgh 23 January 1962, Albury, New South Wales, Australia
Megan Smart ,
Megan Smart
Megan Smart
Brock Fitzgerald ,
Brock Fitzgerald
Brock Fitzgerald
Samson Coulter ,
Samson Coulter
Samson Coulter
Elizabeth Debicki ,
Elizabeth Debicki
Elizabeth Debicki 24 August 1990, Paris, France
Rachael Blake ,
Rachael Blake
Rachael Blake 26 May 1971, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Miranda Frangou ,
Miranda Frangou
Miranda Frangou
Simon Baker ,
Simon Baker
Simon Baker 30 July 1969, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
Ben Spence ,
Ben Spence
Ben Spence
Jacek Koman
Jacek Koman
Jacek Koman 15 August 1956, Bielsko-Biala, Slaskie, Poland
Genre: Drama Sport
Director: Simon Baker
Country: Australia
Release: 2017
IMDb: 6.7
Quality:
Duration: 115 min
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Concrete Playground
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June 12, 2018

Grey might come in 50 shades (or so we're told), but there are just as many hues of blue in Simon Baker's first film as a director, most of them found in Western Australia's stunning waters.
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RogerEbert.com
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June 01, 2018

In spite of his low-key ambitions, debut filmmaker Simon Baker doesn't yet have the eloquence as a director to get you on board.
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Brightest Young Things
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June 11, 2018

Visually appealing, but disjointed and largely unsatisfying.
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New York Times
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May 31, 2018

Mr. Baker does nice work with the actors - his open-faced young leads are sincere, appealing, believable - and there's a lot to like about "Breath," including its attention to natural beauty and to how surfing can become a bridge to that splendor.
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Austin Chronicle
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June 14, 2018

As odd as it may initially seem, The Endless Summer becomes Summer of '42, and Breath reveals itself to be the coming-of-age story it's been all along.
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Film-Forward.com
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July 22, 2018

Inappropriate relationships...leave a discomfort to almost overwhelm the convincing portrayal of male adolescent bonhomie, the gorgeous scenery, and fantastic surfing scenes.
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Los Angeles Times
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June 07, 2018

Baker keenly captures the beckoning magnetism of active waters, not to mention the searching souls - young and experienced - who gravitate toward its dangers.
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indieWire
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May 31, 2018

Breath is a wistful and wounded coming-of-age story about surfing, surrender, and the sordid experience of losing your virginity to a married older woman who's got a thing for erotic asphyxiation.
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Junkee
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June 20, 2018

There is a moment in the third act where Eva calls Sando's old wise man shtick "guru shit", and it would be amusingly self-observant if the screenplay wasn't fully committed to embracing two hours' worth of that very new-age nonsense.
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Rolling Stone
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June 01, 2018

Star Simon Baker, in a solid directing debut, blends surfing and coming-of-age elements into film of moments that don't always tie together. But when they do - oh, how they soar.
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Cinemalogue
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June 22, 2018

This tender and evocative Australian coming-of-age drama is specific in its setting but universal in its themes.
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New York Observer
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May 31, 2018

I found Breath too long to sit through without dozing, which may be a good thing since it is a film with an inestimably slow tempo, offering numerous opportunities for naps.
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