Alice discovers a lump in her breast. Martin, her husband, is trying to conceal the results from a study on the pill and breast cancer, which writes off years of dedicated research that he's done on synthetic hormones. Paul, their oldest son, wants to start his own online business, StripBoxing.com. Jerrett, their younger son, helps Paul with the programming of the site. Sarah, their teenage daughter, tries to be accepted by her peers, which brings a fight with her mother that makes Sarah run away from home. Enter Faith, detached, luminous, irresistible. She changes their lives forever. … More
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Critic Reviews for Five
Dull, talky, gloomy, pretentious, naive and slow-moving post-apocalyptic survival story of the unfit.
A beautifully realized, semi-pretentious, almost forgotten mini-classic of Atom Age after-the-bomb poetry and paranoia, 'Five' sketches its post-disaster environment with admirable economy; it now seems more like an 'art' film than a genre effort.
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