Sky

 (474)5.91 h 42 min201618+
In this road trip odyssey, a woman (Diane Kruger) flees a failing marriage and finds passionate romance in the arms of a Las Vegas cowboy (Norman Reedus). With Lena Dunham.
Directors
Fabienne Berthaud
Starring
Norman ReedusDiane KrugerLena Dunham
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DramaArthouse
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English [CC]
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English
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Supporting actors
Gilles Lellouche
Producers
Gabrielle DumonBertrand Faivre
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IFC Films
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4.1 out of 5 stars

474 global ratings

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Nicole VReviewed in the United States on April 19, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
So much heart in this flick!!! Great performances!
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This was some great story telling, had the look and feel of being shot with a freehand camera, because you feel like you're actually there, engaged, watching these two lost people find a connection. It was very raw, intimate and real, not your typical polished, overly scripted Hollywood type of movie. Uncomfortable silences are good. You're rooting for Diane Kruger the entire way after she ends a bad relationship and sets out to start over and figure out who she is now that she's on her own. It's definitely a "Do over" moment for her character. If you're a Norman Reedus fan, this is his best dramatic film role ever. I felt he was the heartbeat of the movie. The two had great chemistry and made you feel something for each of their characters. I hope this little indie film gets the exposure it deserves. I will be looking for more from this Director, I love her style and the way this movie flowed, like real people, having real sex, real conversations and real heartbreak. Reminds me a an old school movie from the 70's.
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neaReviewed in the United States on May 9, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
I love this movie, love isn't always easy but still the best thing out there.
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I laugh at myself because when I first saw Diego I thought, oh my gosh this can't be who she falls for, but by the end you are as caught up as she is with him. I hated to see the ending because you know how it will end, bittersweet. I am still not sure what he said to her at the end, "tell him that you were the only one for me" Because the captions said it said, "tell him he was always wanted. for me" but either works. The saddest part of this movie for me was the waste of precious time at the end when he was trying to come to terms with loving her and wanting the child. I have watched this twice and I fell in love all over again.
ennisReviewed in the United States on July 22, 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
Awful. Don't be taken in by the fake indie cred. Its more like fake indie crud.
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Awful. Another juvenile fake gritty representation of the American west by a European director (and I like European films). The first few scenes as the marriage disintegrates are compelling, as the actor portraying the husband is believably unpleasant and threatening. But then it devolves into lots of fake realism pretending to be real realism in the form of cheap hotel rooms and garishly made up loud talking women. But its all a veneer. e.g. walking along a hot, busy road seems to be mildly uncomfortable, but does not induce sweat or grime or fear since Diane Kruger does it over and over again. Truck drivers will kindly let you hitch a ride and sleep in the back of their rig. Sad show girl types you've just met let you share their apartments, and yell at you but aren't really scary or threatening. Sex with a strange man from a casino leads to love, not STDs. Being lost and walking through the desert never seems to end in thirst, but rather a sad diner is always close by. The detective who takes your confession of murder is like a kindly department store clerk. There always seems to be more money somehow and more outfits even though you don't have a job....I can't even. I could not finish it.
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Stacey HoltReviewed in the United States on December 18, 2017
3.0 out of 5 stars
An okay movie. Jumpy story line. no real ...
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An okay movie. Jumpy story line. no real background on either the characters of Diane Kruger and Norman Reedus, or what year the movie takes place (from the looks of some of the vehicles shown, I would say some time between 2000-2015) and the ending just drops off. I also noticed several scenes in the trailer(s) and on the DVD package aren't even in the movie (like, and I don't know if this should be considered a spoiler or not, Norman Reedus teaching Diane Kruger how to shoot, the pair sitting on a rock in the dessert, and a few more). I was disappointed to learn that there apparently is no director's cut of this movie.
2 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United States on December 27, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
love it
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I love this movie . Its a movie I watch every winter since its been out . Both the acting and story line is very good. this is a good movie to watch when the house is quiet and it just you and a glass of wine . Diane Kruger and Norman are a very good pair in this movie .Its not all romance in this film , there is a feeling of rediscovering your self and being vulnerable to what ever life takes you , a realistic sense of adventure from the places you go to the weird people you meet and unexpectedly falling in love .Don't expect a thriller or some action film , just enjoy her journey . I highly recommend this film .
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P. BeygoReviewed in the United States on April 22, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
excellent acting, but the female lead
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Lovely movie, excellent acting, but the female lead, Romy, was such a confusing character. Her statements are completely contrary to her actions, and there doesn't seem to be any inner conflict about it for her. Barring that, Diane Kruger plays her beautifully. Norman Reedus, as usual, is amazing. He's a very subtle actor and brings a great deal of charisma to his character. Overall, I enjoyed the movie and would recommend it.
8 people found this helpful
RobsHandMonkeyReviewed in the United States on July 4, 2021
5.0 out of 5 stars
No fantasy millionaire love story. Just a real one.
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I loved this movie. Watching them fall in love was hard but that is the way love is. Its hard and it feels great but it also hurts.
I miss my husband everyday and watching the person you love die is the worst pain you could ever feel.
I felt their pain and they did a wonderful job portraying it.
NatahReviewed in the United States on August 15, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Ugh!
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I found 'Sky' incredibly boring, rather aimless and beyond absurd. Hoped the plot would improve but lost what little interest I had at the 1 hour mark. A colossal waste of time I can never redeem.
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