:- Watch Complete Unknown on Youtube on Fire,Complete Unknown is Marston’s first English language film and centers on Tom (Shannon) and a mysterious woman named Alice (Weisz). When Tom and his wife host a dinner party to celebrate his birthday, one of their guests brings a date named Alice. Tom is convinced he knows her even though she’s going by a different name with a different biography, and she’s not acknowledging she knows him. We soon find ourselves on an all-night odyssey with two characters, one needing to make a change in his life, the other questioning how to stop changing.Magazine trend pieces have recently espoused the virtues of “off-the-grid” living, at a time when evolved cellular and online technology, not to mention our culture’s growing dependence on social media, have placed a premium on unqualified privacy or even fleeting anonymity. Though it’s not any kind of issue drama, “Complete Unknown” could be viewed as a parable for this modern societal nirvana — thankfully, minus a moral conclusion on the virtues or otherwise of its protagonist’s arguably sociopathic stringlessness. Are there limits to the autonomy we can (or should) have over our individual identities? Can one be true to oneself by being someone else entirely? These are the questions that will rattle viewers via Marston and co-writer Julian Sheppard’s neat, talky screenplay — the American director’s first to be spoken in English. If it all finally amounts to a slightly academic anatomy of an idea, it’s a killer idea all the same.Edited with dreamy fluidity, an oblique pre-credit sequence initially suggests this may be a mystery of Shane Carruthian proportions. Weisz’s character — if, indeed, she can be said to play just one — is introduced in a shuffling variety of guises, from hippy-dippy adult student to sleekly coiffed magician’s assistant, before becoming submerged in a spin-cycle of ocean waves. The truth is less surreal than it appears, if hardly less strange: Alice, as she calls herself for most of the film, has been in an amorphous state of identity for 15 years, casually shedding incarnations and attachments without a backward glance.Well, almost without. Cut to the decidedly more streamlined life of Tom (Michael Shannon), a tightly wound government official living comfortably in Brooklyn with his jewelry-designer wife Rehema (Azita Ghanizada), and celebrating his birthday with an intimate gathering of friends and co-workers. One guest brings a date in the glamorously black-clad form of Alice, who immediately delights the party with her wit, smarts and offbeat anecdotes of far-flung biological research in Tasmania. The only one quietly unenchanted is Tom, and with good reason — for he knew Alice when she was Jenny, and they were lovers.
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Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Release: 26 August 2016 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 6.8/10
Director: Joshua Marston
Stars: Rachel Weisz, Michael Shannon, Danny Glover