THE LIGHTHOUSE

Jarin Blaschke

Two troubled lighthouse keepers confront epic storms and personal demons on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s.

UNLIKELY

Many were surprised that “The Lighthouse” didn’t garner any other attention from the Academy, especially with Willem Dafoe being a favorite of theirs. The cinematography, though stepping outside the box and deliviering something different, does not seem like Academy Award winning material, especially when you have Roger Deakins breaking ground with “1917.” The experts place “The Lighthouse” at the very bottom of the pack and although I do not necessarily agree with that, it does not have a very good chance of winning.

Jarin Blaschke

NONE

RELEASE DATE
October 18, 2019

DIRECTOR
Robert Eggers

SCREENPLAY
Robert Eggers
Max Eggers

STUDIO
A24

R
(for sexual content, nudity, violence, disturbing images, and some language)

DRAMA
FANTASY
HORROR
MYSTERY

109 minutes

OSCARS CHALLENGE
Viewed on February 2 2020
Independent Spirits Screener Streamed on MacBook Proo

FILMS LEFT

14

DAYS LEFT

8

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