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The whole story starts off a bit slow and I wasn't really sure where it was going.
The swimming is utterly fake: for camera recognition, Fiennes swims with his entire upper torso out of the water at all times, which is only possible in movieland.
It will force you to look deep into your soul and question the pains of depression.
A downplayed, but outstanding portrayal of a quiet young man's calm determination to end his life. Thought provoking story line and acting. Beautiful photography. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gary Biggs
I'm just not the kind of person who likes sad, depressing movies. The whole time I was hoping something good was going to happen but it never did.Published 8 months ago by Candle Light
THIS DVD is 1 hour 37 minutes and I'm writing the review even though I've just passed the 41st minute
What I like is the plot - simple enough: guy wants to swim the 300+ mile... Read more
I really enjoyed this movie. The whole story starts off a bit slow and I wasn't really sure where it was going. It slowly began to revele itself as a beautiful reflective film. Read morePublished on November 13, 2012 by mdyer
This movie covers a man still dealing with his grief from losing his family. After 5 years he decides to swim the lower Hudson. Read morePublished on December 6, 2010 by movementrec
It's never easy to show depression on film. Because depression is personal and unique to each person, to play a person suffering from long term depression is quite a challenging... Read morePublished on December 2, 2010 by Deenirose
This is an unpretentious film addressing the issue of whether suicide ever makes sense as a human choice. Read morePublished on November 28, 2010 by rlv
This is not a very uplifting movie, but one that makes us realize how differently we all deal with tragedy, grief and loss. Read morePublished on November 21, 2010 by Eric C.