Oct 06, 2013
Alfonso Cuarón’s thrilling suspense “Gravity” puts you hundreds of kilometers up in space, where human life drifts within the unfathomable expanse of stars above the breath-taking beauty of the earth. And, as we see, tethered in space to a suspended hunk of metal, the slightest mistake may prove to be—dare I say—the gravest. It’s all too bad that, aside from the thrill and suspense of this scenario, “Gravity” offers us so little else.
2013 - Fall - Issue 6