Bliss

2021

Drama / Sci-Fi

89
IMDb Rating 5.2 10 N/A

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February 12, 2021

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Madeline Zima as Doris
Mercy Malick as News Reporter
Owen Wilson as Nicky
Salma Hayek as Rose
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sydnee_man 8 / 10 / 10

The worst thing about this movie was the marketing.

I was really excited to watch this film. I love sci-fi and I'm a big fan of both actors. I was looking for something fun and quirky but that's not what it is. About 15-20 minutes into the film I had to adjust my expectations. I had to shift my thinking from sci-fi to drama because that's what it really is. *SPOILER* It's a drama about addiction. A lot of people probably didn't realize this because they've never had to deal with a loved one that has addiction issues. Unfortunately I have and I saw all the signs. I understand why the writer/director wanted to leave it up to interpretation but I think that just led to some confusion - especially for people who don't have any experience with an addiction. I also think there's a bit of mental illness in there as well and that fits because a lot of people with mental illness self medicate with illegal drugs. All of the haziness occurs when people are coming down off their high. During their highs everything is blissful - or so it seems. That's the only thing that could explain why people would hurt their families - especially their children - so much. I think it's a worthwhile movie with great acting. I think people will enjoy this more once they adjust their expectations.

Reviewed by jackietomago 10 / 10 / 10

Meth psychosis, Addiction, homelessness and mental illness

Wow! Hits close to home. Great way to bring crystal meth (blue crystals) and the ongoing challenges and struggles that some are facing to the screen in such a suspenseful manner. It really paints a picture to help empathize the treacherous and emotional experiences on both sides of the glass. "One of these days, you're going to have to choose between these worlds."

Reviewed by julio-42075 10 / 10 / 10

Unexpectedly amazing portrayal of addiction

The trailer is strange, and the "Matrix" idea that develops at first is misleading, but the sequence of events is engaging. At the very end I started to comprehend that it is really a portrayal of the fantasy world created by drugs and addiction, and the parallel of what probably drug addicts suffer. The idea that they should inhale a magic crystal to transport to the real world back and forth, the ideal conditions of one world, the misery of the other, and the confusion between their worlds, plus the final solution of rehab gives a clue. I don´t think this has anything to do with science fiction. I found the mistery of how the things are presented simply fascinating, and the narrative in the style of The Sixtth Sense but with a less obvious resolution is still making my mind go through the plot details to confirm my theories.

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