Complete Unknown'A film of Joshua Marston is starring Rachel Weisz, Michael Shannon as well as Kathy Bates follows a couple who get into troubles with their own relationship. When Tom intends moving to a new state with his wife. Out of the blue, he meets his old lover again, but she seems to change identities - reenter his life at a birthday dinner party.Keywords:
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Directors of "Complete Unknown"Joshua MarstonBirthdate: 13 August 1968, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Creators of "Complete Unknown"Joshua MarstonBirthdate: 13 August 1968, Los Angeles County, California, USAJulian Sheppard
Critic Reviews of "Complete Unknown"Globe and MailOctober 14, 2016
Complete Unknown is the perfect case study of what happens when bad movies rope in good actors.Chicago ReaderSeptember 08, 2016
Writer-director Joshua Marston gives Shannon a chance to shine as a character more pedestrian than the ones he usually plays, though the story is a little too thesis driven to build any dramatic momentum.St. Louis Post-DispatchSeptember 08, 2016
Despite its flaws, "Complete Unknown" raises provocative questions about the nature of identity and whether it's more a comfort or a trap.Christian Science MonitorSeptember 02, 2016
Shannon is usually playing human question marks in the movies, so it's a twist here to see him playing the "normal" guy, except Shannon is too unconventional an actor to play anything in the normal range.Philadelphia InquirerSeptember 02, 2016
The movie brushes up against far-fetched soap-opera scenarios. The ending isn't altogether satisfying. Yet Weisz, playful and seductive, utterly confident, disarmingly vulnerable, delivers a performance that makes you forget all that.Seven DaysJanuary 01, 2017
This is a story that pretends to have a lot more on its mind than it really does.El antepenúltimo mohicanoOctober 18, 2016
An irregular film in terms of rhythm and gender balance but is still an excellent work thanks to its main characters. [Full review in Spanish]National PostOctober 14, 2016
Complete Unknown could play out as a gripping mystery or tidy thriller. Instead, the screenplay from Julian Sheppard and director Joshua Marston unfurls as a sedate drawing-room drama.NOW TorontoOctober 14, 2016
Complete Unknown may end with a sigh rather than a bang, but it's a sigh you'll still be thinking about days later.Under the RadarSeptember 29, 2016
In the hands of actors this studied and sure, the gamut of conflicting and burrowed emotions is displayed with elegant reserve. It would be a shame if the film went the way of its title.East Bay ExpressSeptember 22, 2016
You can't attempt this type of actor's exercise with just anyone.
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