Read my spoiler-free movie review of Bokeh (2017).
Contemplate this: You’re on a romantic getaway to Iceland with your love, and whilst there, you wake up to find that everyone on earth has disappeared except for the two of you. What next?
Written/directed by Geoffrey Orthwein, Andrew Sullivan, and starring Maika Monroe, Matt O’Leary and Arnar Jónsson, what Bokeh, seems to be offering is a very intriguing sci-fi drama…
I’m drawn to this because somehow I think I’ll learn something that will help me survive, should such a predicament come to pass in my lifetime. I’m also just very curious and keen to see how different this will be compared to the seemingly similar Z For Zacharaiah (2015).
For everyone wondering, the meaning of ‘bokeh’ is ‘the aesthetic quality of the blur produced in the out-of-focus parts of an image produced by a lens’. It is not a town in Iceland, as my lousy geography and non-photographer status first led me to believe.
Bokeh Release Dates: March 24th, 2017 (US)…
Happy Film Loving