The Surface 2014 hollywood movies review


Uncomfortably straddling a thin line between adventure thriller and character-driven drama, The Surface is a largely two-hander starring Sean Astin and Chris Mulkey that has the feel of an intimate theater piece despite its expansive outdoor setting. Although it clearly has big issues on its mind and manages to sustain interest throughout its brief running time, the film, as its title inadvertently indicates, doesn’t delve very deeply.

We’re first introduced to Mitch (Astin), whose unhappiness is signaled by his perpetual hangdog expression. Other than his dementia-addled mother who he goes to visit in her nursing home, he doesn’t seem to have anyone significant in his life.

When he takes his late father’s vintage boat out for a ride on Lake Michigan, things proceed uneventfully until he collides with the wreckage of a small plane. Clinging to one its pieces is its injured, unconscious pilot, who Mitch manages, with great effort to drag into his boat.

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