Nowhere 2023 (Netflix) ReviewThere are some really amazing survival thrillers available, and if you love these types of films, Netflix has just added another film to this list. The newly released Spanish drama film ‘Nowhere‘ is now streaming on Netflix with subtitles, and here we are going to tell you about the review of the film.

The film is around 100 minutes long and is available in multiple dubbed versions along with the original audio. The film is directed by Albert Pintó and stars Anna Castillo as Mia in the main lead role and Tamar Novas as Nico in the crucial supporting role.

The story of the film revolves around a pregnant woman named Mia. Mia’s country is not safe for her and her upcoming children, and thus she decides to leave the country illegally in a shipping container. Things went horribly wrong when that container fell into the ocean. With death nearing every second, how will Mia save herself? To know this, you need to watch the full movie on Netflix.

Anna Castillo is outstanding in the role, and she was very good throughout the film. She was very expressive, and the water sequences were just stunning. She tries her best to save the film, but the weak screenplay spoils it. The film looks very repetitive, and thus after the first 50 minutes, you are going to lose interest in it. There is nothing extraordinary in the film, and the film looks like just another survival thriller.

I am going with 2.5 out of 5 stars for the film. If you like watching survival thrillers, then this may be a decent watch for you. If you are expecting something extraordinary, then this film is not for you.

This was our review of ‘Nowhere,’ which was released today on Netflix. What do you think about the film? Please let us know in the comments.


 

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