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The Survivalist (2015)

The Survivalist is a movie starring Mia Goth, Martin McCann, and Barry Ward. In a time of starvation, a survivalist lives off a small plot of land hidden deep in forest. When two women seeking food and shelter discover his farm, he...

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  • Genre: Drama | Sci-Fi
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.25G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 104
  • IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for The Survivalist (2015) 720p

In a kill-or-be-killed world where starvation is rife and strangers are always dangerous, The Survivalist lives off the grid, and by his wits. When a starving woman and her teenage daughter discover his forest refuge, his loneliness drives him to overcome his suspicion and strike a bargain with them in return for bed and board. But as desire becomes stronger than necessity, the exchange becomes an uneasy, ongoing arrangement which threatens not only his carefully constructed world but also his life.


The Director and Players for The Survivalist (2015) 720p

[Director]Stephen Fingleton
[Role:]Barry Ward
[Role:]Andrew Simpson
[Role:]Martin McCann
[Role:]Mia Goth


The Reviews for The Survivalist (2015) 720p


MinimalistReviewed bykosmaspVote: 9/10

It's not always about the fittest, but about the strongest - in mind more than in body. And this movie with very little dialog if you made a statistic, as in lines per minute, will not be every ones deal. It just is too quiet and too slow, especially when it sets up the life of our protagonist. Of course there will be inciting incidents and how our main man will react to them.

It's tough to say he's likable, but he's pragmatic. And it's also tough to really put yourself into his shoes. because living alone for a very long time makes you see things - differently. And it's really about the way we live in our own world. Even when surrounded by others, we can only tell what we are feeling, not what others think. It's dirty and it never backs out on anything, which you'll either love or hate about it

A low-budget gemReviewed byeuroGaryVote: 9/10

The opening shot of 'The Survivalist' cleverly sets the situation in which the film is set: the camera follows two lines on a graph, one showing oil production, the other world population. While the oil one starts to reduce, the population one continues its dizzying climb (appropriately, the film is set in Ireland, home of the European Union's highest birth rate!) until suddenly plummeting. Thus the scene is set.

An unnamed man (Martin McCann) lives in a forest, protecting his vegetable garden from occasional marauders with his rifle, his knife, and his totally naff haircut. This hand-to-mouth existence is disrupted one morning when a mother and daughter appear, seeking to barter the sexual favours of the daughter (Mia Goth) for food. The two women stay and, although suspicious, the man gradually, slightly, lets down his guard - but are the women as innocent as they appear?

Essentially a three-hander, at first glance this could make a good play, although live audiences might find their attention wandering during the long periods where nobody speaks as they tramp through the forest, do gardening, or irrigate the crops by urinating on them. But on film these sequences have a quiet beauty (well, not the urination) and, crucially, writer/director Stephen Fingleton - who has won several awards for this work - doesn't over-play them, or drag them out - something of which certain other directors of far more experience would be guilty.

The acting is good, with all three leads providing low-key but believable - as far as the circumstances allow - performances. Olwen Fouéré is especially noteworthy as the older woman seeking to manipulate things in order to survive, and McCann provides some good facial expressions that well convey emotions that would otherwise remain unexpressed, such is the monosyllabic speech of his character.

Combining human interest with tension and threat, this is a low-budget gem that is well worth seeing if you get the chance.

Spits in the face of HollywoodReviewed bytdevil9Vote: 8/10

This film is a prime example of how well researched material can take the smallest of budgets, minimal dialogue and a complete lack of soundtrack and turn this into a masterpiece.

The viewer is given no background story and none of the characters are fleshed out. There is next to no information on anyone in the film apart from the main character, and even with him, there is very little information given. But that is the point. The strength of the film lies not in the story but the idea of what one does to survive when life goes back to basics. The viewer's attention is drawn to the intensity of the situation, the survival skills that are actual knowledge one needs to survive in the wild. The cold and barren undertone of the film should have been the reason for its failure. Instead, it serves to emphasise the stark and bleak situation that all the characters are faced with. The script does not pull any punches and a strong stomach is needed for some scenes. And if you get the gist of the film so far, then you will already know whether there is a happy ending or not...

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