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- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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English and german audio, german release: A bickering couple drive fast through a downpour to catch the last ferry to their island retreat. In a flash, they recognize a crumpled body laying at the side of the road after much argument they stop, only to find a young boy battered and bruised. An offer of summoning the police firmly rejected, the two help the boy as best they can although it certainly means missing the ferry... and so starts this thriller: a tale of twisted sexual attraction and ulterior motives.
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And Rickman fans will like it because you see Alan Rickman often there and there's even one scene (though brief) in which Mr. Rickman is shown naked...
This film will not be to everyone's taste but if you are a fan of Mr Rickman then I definately reccomend it as it showcases his talents remarkably. There are no special features on this DVD however the picture and sound quality are good.
A definite favourite of mine, I would reccomend renting before buying as I find it a very acquired taste!
Alan Rickman's character is supposed to be a class below his wife, so he affects an American accent; it's very good. He is partly a villain, partly a victim, and always fascinating. His now-famous nude scene is worth the price of the DVD. Polly Walker is excellent as the bored, socialite wife who strays. I thought Norman Reedus was miscast as the young drifter; he lacked the charisma to be convincing. (A young Kevin Bacon would have been my choice.) There are no extras on the DVD. Dark Harbor is an intense, brooding, absorbing drama with a surprising twist. Highly recommended.