Directed by Scott Cohen
Newlyweds Peter and Chloe jump at the chance to satisfy their wanderlust by taking a belated honeymoon aboard a research vessel bound for Antarctica. Once on board, Peter, a writer, occupies his time documenting the work of whale biologist Roger Payne (playing himself), leaving little time for Chloe. Feeling increasingly neglected by her husband, Chloe begins to drift closer to the enigmatic Captain Emerson. Acts of betrayal ultimately divide the young lovers. Isolated on the ship and set against the vast natural beauty of Antarctica, Peter and Chloe must plumb the depths of their love to discover what each so desperately needs to move forward.
Peter and Chloe are a young married couple who jump at the chance to satisfy their wanderlust by taking a belated honeymoon aboard a research vessel bound for Antarctica.
Cast: Vincent Kartheiser, Olivia Thirlby, Billy Campbell, Lisa Harrow, Dr. Roger Payne
Without the amazing setting there would be no movie. The most beautiful intriguing thing about it is wondering what message the director was trying to send his wife to whom the film is dedicated. This was a complete change of pace and I enjoyed it
The dramatic angst-y plot really felt out of place. It was unrealistic to think these two characters who get the chance to be on an amazing adventure are so effected by their romantic problems that they can't enjoy what's around them. It makes more sense that the relationship dilemma would be on the backburner during this time.
Fabulous cinematography but there was no story worth talking about, and a most annoying non-ending.
Beautifully shot, sparse story and plot.
Beautiful scenery, interesting story