BreathA dramatic story that based on a novel written by Tim Winton. It follows two young boys whose destiny puts them on the way of a mysterious older adventurer. As they like the adventures very much, when the man takes them into an exciting one, they don't refuse. They will learn many things with him.
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Critic Reviews of "Breath"Los Angeles TimesJune 07, 2018
Baker keenly captures the beckoning magnetism of active waters, not to mention the searching souls - young and experienced - who gravitate toward its dangers.RogerEbert.comJune 01, 2018
In spite of his low-key ambitions, debut filmmaker Simon Baker doesn't yet have the eloquence as a director to get you on board.Rolling StoneJune 01, 2018
Star Simon Baker, in a solid directing debut, blends surfing and coming-of-age elements into film of moments that don't always tie together. But when they do - oh, how they soar.indieWireMay 31, 2018
Breath is a wistful and wounded coming-of-age story about surfing, surrender, and the sordid experience of losing your virginity to a married older woman who's got a thing for erotic asphyxiation.New York ObserverMay 31, 2018
I found Breath too long to sit through without dozing, which may be a good thing since it is a film with an inestimably slow tempo, offering numerous opportunities for naps.New York TimesMay 31, 2018
Mr. Baker does nice work with the actors - his open-faced young leads are sincere, appealing, believable - and there's a lot to like about "Breath," including its attention to natural beauty and to how surfing can become a bridge to that splendor.Film-Forward.comJuly 22, 2018
Inappropriate relationships...leave a discomfort to almost overwhelm the convincing portrayal of male adolescent bonhomie, the gorgeous scenery, and fantastic surfing scenes.CinemalogueJune 22, 2018
This tender and evocative Australian coming-of-age drama is specific in its setting but universal in its themes.JunkeeJune 20, 2018
There is a moment in the third act where Eva calls Sando's old wise man shtick "guru shit", and it would be amusingly self-observant if the screenplay wasn't fully committed to embracing two hours' worth of that very new-age nonsense.Austin ChronicleJune 14, 2018
As odd as it may initially seem, The Endless Summer becomes Summer of '42, and Breath reveals itself to be the coming-of-age story it's been all along.Concrete PlaygroundJune 12, 2018
Grey might come in 50 shades (or so we're told), but there are just as many hues of blue in Simon Baker's first film as a director, most of them found in Western Australia's stunning waters.Brightest Young ThingsJune 11, 2018
Visually appealing, but disjointed and largely unsatisfying.
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