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Set against the gorgeous landscape of Armenia, HERE chronicles a brief but intense relationship between an American satellite-mapping engineer and an expatriate photographer who impulsively decide to travel across the remote countryside together. As their trip comes to an end, the two must decide where to go from here.

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They say a couple isn't really a couple until they've had their first big fight. And though we are one and a half hours well into the film before Will and Gadarine have theirs, its a good one and they make it worth the wait. And it happens where most arguments between couples do happen: on the road. But their love story begins on the road, too. He is out in this remote part of the world because his career which feeds his wanderlust has sent him to Armenia. And she is a renaissance woman of the world, who happens to be back home, to where obligations often pull her back in. The theme of interweaving media, prose, imagery, is constant in this film. Anyone who has ever experienced the sense of being lost, being at odds with the definition of home, freedom, had trouble reading the signs, the compass, will appreciate how this film poses the questions such as when is the right time, and to what and whom should I commit at this place in time.

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the world is a beautiful place this film is a beautiful film_if i was Will traveling in Armenia & met Gadarine I'd fall in love with her too_it's a perfect road trip because the pace is slow and you are with them the whole way_the chemistry between the 2 is intense_really feels real & it's visually spectacular_maybe 2 scenes in the film that didn't work for me but otherwise i think it's a gem

A bit slow moving, but strong performances and evocative settings, depicting what appeared to be often desolate countryside after years of war and conflict.