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The Whale

Directed by: Darren Aronofsky | 2022 | 1h 57m | Rated R

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O Cinema South Beach

1130 Washington Ave, Miami Beach (786) 471-3269

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• Adults – $11.00
• Older Adults (62+ years old w/ valid ID) – $9.50
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Brendan Fraser gives a career-defining performance in director Darren Aronofsky’s intimate drama about a reclusive English professor struggling with personal relationships and self-acceptance, adapted from the acclaimed stage play by Samuel D. Hunter.

In THE WHALE, Fraser plays Charlie, a lonely, 600-pound online writing teacher confined to his apartment and struggling to find his place in the world. When he attempts to reconnect with his estranged teenage daughter (Sadie Sink), Charlie discovers his one last shot at redemption. A heartbreaking and often humorous portrait of love, loss, and second chances, THE WHALE is a profoundly beautiful story of a fractured family trying to find forgiveness in a sea of regret. Also starring two-time Oscar nominee Samantha Morton, Ty Simpkins and Hong Chau.

 

“Fraser becomes Charlie and infuses him with intelligence, pathos, humor and heart. It is one of the best performances of the year in one of the best movies of the year.”
– RICHARD ROPER

“This is a film that stays with you and changes you. It is heavy, indeed.”
– AP

“The intense chamber drama never disguises its stage roots but transcends them with the grace and compassion of the writing and the layers of pain and despair, love and dogged hope peeled back in the central performance. Fraser makes us see beyond the alarming appearance to the deeply affecting heart of this broken man.”
– HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

“The Whale is an exquisitely soulful tale that avoids forgettable sentimentality.”
– USA TODAY

“Fraser’s casting is so moving in part because we can still recognise this beloved figure under the blubber, but it’s also because Fraser’s own performance doesn’t court pity. His Charlie is complex, flawed, funny and otherwise fully and radiantly human: a rounded character in more ways than one.”
– THE TELEGRAPH