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Encounter (2021) [บรรยายไทย]

Encounter (2021) [บรรยายไทย]
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เรื่องย่อ : Encounter (2021) [บรรยายไทย]

ชื่อภาพยนตร์ : Encounter
แนว/ประเภท : Sci-Fi,  Thriller
ผู้กำกับภาพยนตร์ : Michael Pearce
บทภาพยนตร์ : Michael Pearce,  Joe Barton
นักแสดง : Riz Ahmed,  Octavia Spencer,  Lucian-River Chauhan
วันที่ออกฉาย : 3 September 2021

 

 

 

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Encounter (2021) - IMDb

 

IMDB : tt12800524

คะแนน : 6.3

รับชม : 257 ครั้ง

เล่น : 47 ครั้ง



 

 

In 2017, British filmmaker Michael Pearce made a stunning feature debut with Beast, a Jersey-set Gothic fairy tale about a young woman who falls for a mysterious outsider as a spate of murders rock her isolated community. His bigger-budgeted, US-set follow-up Encounter surprisingly follows a more traditional narrative — and arguably takes fewer risks — but still leaves a mark.

 

Pearce is a filmmaker adept at blending the beautiful and the horrifying, as evidenced by the film’s striking opening sequence. A glowing meteor streaks high through the night sky and strikes the Earth; a sharp shift from long shot to intense macro photography shows forest-floor insects ingesting the resulting debris, one of which is then devoured by a mosquito who goes on to infect a human with a burrowing bug — with devastating consequences.

 

It’s a deft set-up of the film’s premise and its concerns with both the otherworldly and the intimately, messily human, as seen through the experiences of troubled protagonist Malik Khan (Riz Ahmed). Former Marine Malik has learned about this alien threat, and determines to save his estranged sons, ten-year-old Jay (Lucian-River Chauhan) and eight-year-old Bobby (Aditya Geddada). Mounting a night-time rescue mission from their mother’s California home, the three strike out on a cross-country road trip to the supposed safety of an army base in Nevada.

 

Encounter (2021): Where To Watch and What To Know Before Watching?

 

But Malik — with his nightmares, his jumpy demeanour, his short-fuse temper — is clearly less than trustworthy, and it’s not long before the film makes a tonal shift from science-fiction to psychological drama. Pearce and co-screenwriter Joe Barton are less interested in narrative ambiguity, and more in exploring the effect of extended trauma on a previously healthy mind. Ahmed has an innate ability to draw on his character’s deepest emotional struggles without ever pulling too much to the surface. We believe he is a loving father, a well-intentioned man, even as he pulls his children through the desert without so much as a toothbrush. Chauhan is affecting as loyal elder son Jay, for whom this trip marks the end of childhood innocence.

 

Evocative camerawork from Benjamin Kracun contrasts the anonymous, alien expanse of the desert with the pressure-cooker environment of the car. The colour palette evolves from woozy extra-terrestrial greens to warning reds to bleached-out yellows, while Paul Davies’ excellent sound design intensifies everyday noises — the whirr of a supermarket freezer, the hum of traffic — before cutting back to normality. It’s all subtle, and disorienting, until a disappointingly conventional showdown wreaks blunt, Hollywood-style havoc in the film’s final moments.

While Michael Pearce’s second feature may not deliver quite the same wallop as his debut feature Beast, it demonstrates the same mastery of filmmaking craft and another incredible performance from Riz Ahmed.