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GREAT ACTING, EVAN PETERS AND JUNO TEMPLE MAKE A GREAT COUPLE, YOU WILL LOVE WATCHING, THEIR ADVENTURE TO THE CALIFORNIA LIGHT HOUSE
this movie is fantastic. fuck the critics.
A beautiful little movie.
Surprisingly decent indie with some truly genuine and compelling moments. A standout performance from Evan Peters, with good supporting work from most of the supporting cast.
Great chemistry between the two leads and nice performances overall!
another fuckin lost review!
I sped through the violence. It is not as bad as the reviews.
Juno Temple is lovely as always. much better than the reviews.
Pretty uneventful. I forgot about it almost immediately after I watched it.
A formulaic and stereotypical coming-of-age love story, Safelight is quite boring and monotonous. The film follows a gas station clerk who strikes up a friendship with a hooker who offers to help him with a school project by driving him to lighthouses to photograph. The plot is painfully predictable and the characters are extraordinarily cliché: the hooker with a heart of gold, the soulful artist, etc. And the sets are remarkably bland and pedestrian. Incredibly trite, Safelight is a by-the-numbers teen drama that lacks any originality.