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In Cayman Island, the daughter of a powerful man - Andrea - and the fisherman Shy are in a deep but secret love, hidden from Andrea's parents. When Andrea's father sails in a fish-trip, they have a night of love at Andrea's home; however they sleep and are surprised by the arrival of her family in the morning. Later, Andrea's brother Hammer throws acid on the face of Shy and spends four months in prison. In Miami, the dirty businessman Carl Ridley is chased by Federal agents and escapes with his teenage daughter Pippa to Cayman Island trying to reach his lawyer Mr. Allen. Pippa meets the small time thief Fritz sleeping in her room and he invites her to go a party. Before leaving the condo, Fritz sees Carl counting lots of money. Fritz owes money to the dangerous drug dealer Richie Rich and tells him about the fortune Carl has. Along a Friday 13th night, their lives entwine in a chain of tragic events. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I also saw the world premiere of Haven on Saturday at the Toronto film
fest and all I can say is that I was completely blown away by it. I
don't know what I was expecting when I went into the theatre but what I
got was something that kept my interest peaked through out the entire
two hours and had me filled with questions until the very end.
Every actor involved in Haven was perfectly chosen and held their own
with spectacular performances. Personally, I think that Bill Paxton is
at the top of his game right now and Orlando Bloom is just to die for
as Shy, a young fisherman on the Island. Zoe Saldana had me in tears
with her performance and I can't wait to see it again when it finally
comes to theaters. I think it's fair to say that Haven will put Frank
E. Flowers on the map and he has earned it with this movie.
Unbelievable. I loved it.
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