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Dark Harbor (1999)

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Adam Coleman directed this psychological thriller that opens as attorney David (Alan Rickman) and Alexis Weinberg (Polly Walker), trying to catch the last ferry to their island home, spot a man (Norman Reedus) alongside the rainswept road. He's bleeding from a beating by unknown assailants and will only accept assistance from David and Alexis if they agree not to call the police. The delay keeps the Weinbergs from boarding the final ferry, so they rent a motel room. Later, the nameless, mysterious man becomes a stowaway on the ferry and arrives on the island. After he once again bumps into the Weinbergs, they invite him to stay at their cottage. Is the couple a target? Or has the stranger been hired by one spouse to eliminate the other? Shown at the 1998 Seattle Film Festival and the 1998 Hamptons Film Festival.

Cast

Alan Rickman
as David Weinberg
Polly Walker
as Alexis Chandler Weinberg
Norman Reedus
as Young Man
Lewis Flagg
as Minister
Sasha Lazard
as Funeral Singer
Janet Mecca
as Alexis Senior

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Eh, another film I watched only for Rickman (and he was good as usual). The movie itself wasn't. I liked the story. I thought it was very daring. It could have been done better with better acting on part of the two other characters who were on screen for most of the time, a broader scope, better writing, better everything. I can see why Rickman would have been interested in this story. Dark. Could have been complex with a big reveal like Shutter Island, a thriller that also involves psyching people out and being trapped on islands - but alas.

Barbara  Richards
Barbara Richards
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*SPOILERS* I would like to think that Norman Reedus was there as a symbol of Death, and when Alexis finally gave into him, it symbolized that she gave into death. That's how I like to think that went. This gay lovers thing with Alan Rickman and Norman Reedus was retarded and practically unwarranted. Stupid.

Mark Valentin
Mark Valentin

I finally Got a copy of it from Canada... naked Alan and all... WOO HOO! BTW... I LOVE this movie! I love the psychodrama of it.

Honey 2800
Honey 2800

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