The Surface (2015) is a English movie. Michael J. Saul has directed this movie. Harry Hains,Michael Redford Carney,Nicholas McDonald,Kyle Patrick Darling are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. The Surface (2015) is considered one of the best Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.
Evan Jones, a child orphan who, for years, was shifted from one foster home to another. Now a disaffected college student, he lives with his wealthy boyfriend, Chris. Their social and financial disparities have made their relationship increasingly volatile despite their mutual love for one another. While sifting through old relics at an elderly man's yard sale, Evan finds an 8mm movie camera. The man offers to teach Evan how to use it if he comes back the following week. Upon returning, Evan meets the man's 43-year-old son, Peter. They strike up a conversation and Peter gives him reels of old 8mm movies that are collecting dust in the garage. The home movies, featuring a young Peter and his boyhood friend touch a nerve with Evan. Their youthful flirtations and tenderness are uncomplicated and pure. Evan begins to live vicariously through the home movies and his friendship with Peter soon turns romantic. Evan's relationship with his boyfriend, Chris splinters as he pushes for greater ...
The Surface (2015) Reviews
Chris and Evan have been together a few years an now things are coming to an end at which point Evan buys a movie camera at a yard sale and becomes interested in old family movies because he was an orphan and grew up in foster homes and doesn't have a family and wishes he did. I don't know what Chris does except criticize Even, but maybe that's what his role was suppose to be. There is a lot of wasted time here. Lovely shots of trees and flowers and a day at the beach and Claire de Lune so this could have taken about 45 minutes in all. So now Evan shacks up with the son (Chris) of the garage sale guy who is 44 since Evan is 22, making the son twice his age. They hump a few times but Evan gets bored because he can't find himself. Early 20's angst is so unlifting. Oh well, soon Evan is bored with Chris and takes off on his own and then stops by the beach , Chris follows him but then just stands there looking and apparently leaves and Chis fades into fade out standing on the beach with voice over telling us he will probably never find himself, which is probably for the best because when he does he probably won't like it. Trite, typical (obligatory fag-hags and a flamer). This film is unoriginal and ordinary. Sorry, the only time it moved me was when I would check the thing on the bottom of the screen to see when it would be over.