Homo Faber (Voyager) (1991)
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Set in the 1950s, Voyager concerns the travels of an American construction engineer (Sam Shepard) who is wandering throughout Europe, recounting his life story through a series of flashbacks while meeting a variety of new characters. At first, he meets a man whom he knew during his time as a student in Europe in the days before World War II. Shortly afterward, he meets a beautiful young German woman (Julie Delpy), whom he accompanies on a journey to her home in Athens, Greece.
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Critic Reviews for Homo Faber (Voyager)
Only bearable for throwing out a number of alluring literary ideas, otherwise it's bogged down by an overload of symbolism.
Highly entertaining, Incredibly moving
Audience Reviews for Homo Faber (Voyager)
This was actually a pretty good movie, even though it had a pretty gross twist towards the end. The acting wasn't great, but the story was interesting enough to allow me to overlook it.More
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