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1,011 Ratings

All Is Lost

Directed by J.C. Chandor
United States, 2013


A lone sailor finds his yacht sinking after a collision with a discarded shipping container in the middle of the Indian Ocean. As the days pass and his options steadily dwindle, he takes every step possible in a struggle for self-preservation that puts his intelligence and practicality to the test.

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All Is Lost Directed by J.C. Chandor

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

2014 | Nominee: Best Achievement in Sound Editing

Independent Spirit Awards

2013 | Nominee: Best Cinematography

2014 | 4 nominations including: Best Feature

All Is Lost is as rigorously sustained and bountifully cinematic as any recent American movie… Considering Margin Call, one might be tempted to assign a self-lacerating liberal message to All Is Lost, as our man in the east is conspicuously Caucasian, and clearly completely out of his element. Yet for all its gestures towards the political, the film functions best as a pummelling adventure; it’s even less mythic than practical, moreDaniel Defoe than Ernest Hemingway.
December 29, 2013
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Of all the recent extreme-survival narratives in American cinema… All Is Lost has the most powerful sense of inexorability. It also happens to be the most accomplished piece of filmmaking on that list by a nautical mile… Offering up the grim spectacle of an icon being broken down piece by piece, All Is Lost collapses the gulf between audience and movie star more effectively and affectingly than any film I can remember.
December 13, 2013
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This is an uncommonly absorbing movie… Like Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity and Paul Greengrass’s Captain Phillips, there’s a kind of movie magic in play here. Chandor works with equal parts manual rigor, existential wonder, and circumstantial dread (the score by Alex Ebert gently sounds notes of all three).
November 01, 2013
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