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Proxima [Sub: Eng]

Working hard to balance between her personal and professional life, Sarah, a driven French training astronaut at the European Space Agency, who spends much of her time busy working, what influences severely on her young girl that needs her mom, however when she has a mission for one year on space, everything comes to demolish her relationship with her little girl.
Actors: Eva Green,
Eva Green
Eva Green 6 July 1980, Paris, France
Zélie Boulant,
Zélie Boulant
Zélie Boulant
Matt Dillon,
Matt Dillon
Matt Dillon 18 February 1964, New Rochelle, New York, USA
Aleksey Fateev,
Aleksey Fateev
Aleksey Fateev
Lars Eidinger,
Lars Eidinger
Lars Eidinger 21 January 1976, Berlin, Germany
Sandra Hüller,
Sandra Hüller
Sandra Hüller 1978, Suhl, East Germany [now Thuringia, Germany]
Trond-Erik Vassal
Trond-Erik Vassal
Trond-Erik Vassal
Genre: DramaAction
Director: Alice Winocour
Country: Germany
Release: 2019
IMDb: 6.3
Duration: 107 min
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Reedmaven (Anonymous) Apr 22, 2020 17:04
All films ask to one degree or another for a suspension of our disbelief. Some accomplish this task more effectively than others. Although i feel that Eva Green's performance was noteworthy, I found myself unable to believe her emotional deterioration, and the obvious risk to her crew to which she exposed them by her injudicious, and frankly, non-credible actions. Astronauts train for years for the opportunity to participate in a mission to outer space, and they are screened extensively for both physical and mental fitness to serve prior to ever being qualified and vetted to begin that training. It is not that I cannot empathize with a parent's (I am a father), and especially a mother's love for her child. But I am unable to believe that a space-bound mission specialist would behave in such a manner as to jeopardize or compromise the lives of her fellow crew members. If this motion picture intends to present us with at least a semi-realistic portrayal of what it means to be committed to being an astronaut, it must not pander to a lamentable and, in some significant segments of human society, a generally held belief that women are somehow unfit to serve in that capacity. I, for one, would have preferred that one of the male characters had been portrayed in such a negative light, and that the producers of this film refused to bend to the pressure of unpleasant and non-productive female stereotypes. In my view, they have done nothing to advance the standing and long-delayed parity deserved by every woman throughout the only world that is truly worth saving and exploring.