In this mysterious sci-fi film, a young couple wake up one morning to discover every person on Earth has disappeared. The two must struggle to survive while unravelling what forces are at...
In this mysterious sci-fi film, a young couple wake up one morning to discover every person on Earth has disappeared. The two must struggle to survive while unravelling what forces are at work.
Duration1 h 31 min
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20 critic reviews
496 user reviews
3/29/2017 by Rex Reed
Beautiful and challenging, Bokeh has a pristine look and chilling feel of its own that contributes enormously to the mood and tone of the whole film.
3/24/2017 by Nick Allen
Only worthwhile storytellers could take an elevator pitch like this one (the last two people on Earth) and produce long-lasting curiosity about its inherent beauty and horror.
3/24/2017 by Dennis Harvey
We're stuck for eternity with two perfectly decent people who, it seems, just aren't very interesting company. Not even for each other.
Tribune News Service
3/23/2017 by Katie Walsh
What sets "Bokeh" apart among the "low-key apocalypse" cinematic subgenre is not what happens, but what doesn't happen. It's the unknowing that is their undoing. The result is a subtle but ultimately profound humanist message.
Los Angeles Times
3/23/2017 by Sheri Linden
As the story gives way to repetitious sightseeing sequences and melodrama, it proves less than fully satisfying. But there's plenty to admire along the way ...
3/23/2017 by Chris Nashawaty
Unimaginative and unconvincing ...
3/21/2017 by Alan Scherstuhl
[A] subtly comic drama, shot with a gliding camera and a pleasing minimalist style ...
10/16/2018 by Derek Deskins
This issue of character development is largely what holds the film back. Without understanding what makes this couple tick, we are left voyeurs in a world that we cannot understand.
Film School Rejects
4/6/2017 by Rob Hunter
As devastatingly beautiful as it is beautifully devastating.
3/30/2017 by MaryAnn Johanson
A pretty blur of an apocalypse happens to pretty, blurry people in this dull SF drama. This end of the world brought to you by the Reykjavik Tourist Board.
Mark Leeper's Reviews
3/26/2017 by Mark R. Leeper
This is a film for the patient and that patience goes largely unrewarded.
Eye for Film
3/24/2017 by Jennie Kermode
It's not really the subject that's important, but how we interpret what's going on in the background.
3/24/2017 by Todd Jorgenson
... never generates much narrative momentum or profound social commentary, although it takes full advantage of the gorgeous Icelandic locations.
Film Journal International
3/24/2017 by Edward Douglas
A contemplative Malick-like drama that leans heavily on its Iceland locations and the genuine chemistry between its two young actors.
3/23/2017 by Lee Ashworth
Bokeh's depth of field itself is ultimately too shallow, the focus not quite tight enough.
3/23/2017 by Mike McGranaghan
The half-baked philosophizing and predictable outcome make the picture an endurance test for your patience.
3/23/2017 by Tasha Robinson
Small-budget indie films often have to limit their scope and their sights, but Bokeh takes in enough of the protagonists' deserted, lonely world to feel completely convincing.
3/23/2017 by Brian Orndorf
Strives to be meditative, examining art, life, and the pain of living, but it never achieve its full dramatic wingspan, wasting its potential on actors incapable of keeping their characters compelling.
The Film Stage
3/22/2017 by Mike Mazzanti
Like its titular aesthetic definition, Bokeh remains completely out of focus both narratively and thematically.
3/21/2017 by Roger Moore
Generic last-couple-on-Earth sci-fi that's too empty to offer anything deep or fun.
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