Get Away If You Can 2022 Subtitle Indonesia Drama August 19, 2022
Synopsis: Get Away If You Can 2022 Get Away If You Can Review: A Relationship Tested in Jared Mobarak’s Rocky Aquatic Thriller August 16, 2022 Some people deserve a second chance. Few deserve a third. Especially when we talk about having a little human decency for the person you say you love. But that’s what we asked TJ (Terrence Martin) to give. From the disjointed flashbacks leading up to a sailing adventure on Easter Island, hopefully rekindling their marriage, we can conclude that she had one purely selfless and joyful period in her life: meeting Domi (Dominique Braun). However, as soon as he brings her into his chauvinistic materialistic family, that freedom to fall in love disappears.
Once his father (Ed Harris) puts his claws back in him, true happiness is replaced by contrived social conditioning. And Domi, right, couldn’t stand it. That’s why he left first. Rather than being about Domi’s escape, Braun and Martin’s latest title as writer-director looks to reach a more macro level where this screen journey inspires audiences to abandon civilization and capitalism — all it does is undermine our ability to be human. It’s a commendable mission, and Get Away If You Can has finally reached a place where that goal is achievable for the duo regardless of whether that was their intention. Unfortunately, however, getting there meant ignoring the fact that the problems in their relationship were caused by TJ alone. It was he who changed because of his father and brother (Riley Smith) old-fashioned, “PC culture is a disease” rhetoric. He was the one who refused to meet her halfway.
IMDB rating: N/A
Director: Dominique Braun, Terrence Martin
Writers: Dominique Braun, Terrence Martin
Stars: Dominique Braun, Martina Gusman, Ed Harris