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Hannah Newman over 6 years ago
Beautiful and extremely moving. Filmed in my favourite location in the whole world.
Leah Stone almost 7 years ago
You will cry. Beautifuly honest.
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Third Star is a 2010 British comedy-drama film directed by Hattie Dalton and starring Benedict Cumberbatch, J. J. Feild, Tom Burke, Adam Robertson, and Hugh Bonneville. It premiered at the Edinburgh Film Festival in June 2010, where it was shown as the closing film, and was released in the United Kingdom on 20 May 2011. The film stars Cumberbatch as James, a young man terminally ill with cancer. At his request, his three friends - Davy, Bill and Miles - organize a final camping trip to his favorite beach at Barafundle Bay, on the Pembrokeshire coast. In chronic pain, James cannot walk unaided and chugs liquid morphine. He appears to be losing his perception of reality, implied by the fading in and out of the camera and repeated visions of a shadowy figure standing on a twilight beach. His friends, however, are burdened with their own personal and material demons, believe the journey to be nothing more than one last fun hike. Traveling the over rugged and isolated coastal terrain, the...
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