The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden (2014)
Critic Consensus: It doesn't quite live up to its marvelously lurid premise, but The Galapagos Affair is still stranger than fiction in a very entertaining way.
|Genre:||Documentary, Special Interest|
|Directed By:||Dayne Goldfine, Daniel Geller, Dayna Goldfine, Dan Geller|
|Written By:||Daniel Geller, Dayna Goldfine, Celeste Schaefer Snyder, Dan Geller|
|In Theaters:||Apr 4, 2014 Limited|
|On DVD:||Sep 9, 2014|
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Critic Reviews for The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden
The mysteries are fascinating, all the more so because they are still unsolved.
A dazzling documentary about an unsolved murder in an ad hoc community in the Galapagos islands in 1934.
"The Galapagos Affair" spins a strange and compelling tale, with perfectly sinister music by Laura Karpman setting the mood. But the movie is better at building suspense than following through.
The film feels less like a whodunit than a "why didn't they do it sooner?"
Though the pace occasionally flags during its two-hour running time, "The Galapagos Affair" is a fascinating look at a place of great beauty and remoteness, and at the kind of people drawn to live there.
Audience Reviews for The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden
A few people go to the Galapagos islands to live away from civilization. A few years later most of them turn up dead or missing.
This unique documentary is comprised of the actual accounts of the participants read from their journals and other sources, LOTS of film footage and photographs. And also interviews with current residents of the islands to better understand their way of life. I loved it. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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