Movie Dig (2010) download free

Movie Dig download free! Book Title: Dig
Directors: Stephen Belyeu
Genre: Drama, Mystery
Release Date: 2010-10
Stars: Jordan Jones,Theo Gutierrez,Mary Harder
IMDb Rating: 8.8
Country: USA
Language: English
User ratings: 4.6
Number of downloads: 1601
File size: 2.83 Mb
Page views: 5944
Video quality: DCP
Last download: 19 days ago

Full movie description "Dig":

Set in the midst of a small town, against the agricultural landscape of South Texas, "Dig" tracks 23-year-old Mike in his search for answers following the untimely death of his father. After the unexpected death of his father, Mike is forced to return to his small hometown in south Texas. With only his two living grandparents, Manuel and Helen, to turn to, Mike decides to remain in the country for a while to let time heal some of the pain of his loss. But what nobody knows is that Mike harbors a painful secret; a secret left to him by his father three years prior to his passing. He soon unknowingly embarks on a journey for answers and begins to unravel the truth. The only question left for Mike he ready to face it? Dark, edgy, and dramatic, "Dig" explores the human condition when faced with tragic loss.

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Film Review

"Dig" is a deeply psychological narrative that uses few words. The expansive, beautiful and lonely visuals and the haunting soundtrack serve to isolate the audience with the protagonist, Mike, as he searches for answers - and though the film only ventures into the surreal as a form of artistic expression, it is a strange and unsettling place to be.

The spaces between the dialogue talk to us of memory and its accuracy, loss, perception, and of things that those we love keep hidden from our view; as the film progresses, Mike is pulled farther away from his supportive and loving family, and into the dark corners of his father's mind through the detritus he left behind - bits of paper, scraps of conversation, a video.

Mike's discoveries are left unclear, up for interpretation by Mike and the audience; though Belyeu does present an explanation for what Mike discovers, it's never entirely ironed out. The denouement is gradual and vague, leaving us to think about to what extent "facts" about any person are objective rather than interpreted and psychological.

It's hard to believe that "Dig" is Belyeu's debut as a writer and as a director; it's a stunning, complex film. However, there are some aspects of the film that bring down its strengths.

I saw "Dig" at its very first theatre appearance, at the Alamo South Lamar, at an invitation-only event; the film may have changed substantially or not at all since I viewed it, so it's best to keep that in mind when reading my comments.

It was early in the morning; we watched the film over breakfast. I brought my Spanish-speaking husband with me, as he'd expressed interest in attending and has a sharp eye.

Note that he does not speak Mexican or Latin-American Spanish; he is from Spain, and as such his comments might not apply. However, he thought that the attempt at Spanish in the film fell short of the mark, and that there were copy-editing errors in the script and the subtitles both that should have been addressed - a pity, given the appearance of Spanish-speaking actors.

We also took note of the inexperience of some of the actors, most notably Jordan Jones (Mike); we thought that perhaps a more experienced director could have pushed them into better performances. Jones' performance is heavily reliant on his scenery, which is often a better and more eloquent actor than he.

Overall, this is a beautiful film, and it well-deserves its place at the next Austin Film Festival. I've been trying to get my hands on promotional material for weeks (my fault, not theirs), which shows my commitment to spreading the word - and I want to, because this film is very deserving of attention.

Reviewed by Kate Tracy, of Loudhouse Productions.

(Please note that my opinions in this review are entirely my own, and not representative of those belonging to Loudhouse Productions or Loudhouse Records in any way.)

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Non-committal easy movie


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Terribly disappointed with this film

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