The Divide is probably the most disturbing post-apocalyptic story I have ever come across. Directed by Xavier Gens, the story is written by Karl Mueller and Eron Sheean. Not everyone can stomach Gen’s movies. And well, sitting through the entire film without flinching is definitely an impossible task.
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Characters And Actors
Eva (Lauren German) and her boyfriend Sam (Iván González), Josh (Milo Ventimiglia) and his brother Adrien (Ashton Holmes), Josh’s friend Bobby (Michael Eklund), Marilyn (Rosanna Arquette) and her daughter Wendi (Abbey Thickson), Devlin (Courtney B. Vance) and Mickey (Michael Biehn), who is the superintendent are the main characters of the movie.
The nuclear explosions wreck the city of New York and the residents of an apartment building try to escape from the building. All of them make it to the basement, but only eight of them make it into the bomb shelter.
Soon, Mickey stars dominating the group. But, a group of armed soldiers in biohazard suits invade the shelter. They attack the group and take Wendi. However, at this time, Mickey and Delvin kill three men. Josh then makes use of the soldier’s suit in order to search for Wendi.
Once Josh makes it out of the shelter, he sees that the area is complete covered in plastic sheet tunnels, which leads to a laboratory. When he goes inside the lab, he sees that there are several unconscious children and Wendi in stasis units. Their heads are shaved, and eyes are bandaged. Just then a soldier comes in checks Josh’s ID. Realizing he is an imposter; he removes his breathing mask. Josh is exposed to the air and runs back to the shelter, killing two soldiers in this process. Once Josh returns, the soldiers shut the door from the outside, trapping everyone present inside.
As time passes, Josh experiences the effects of the radiations. Marilyn starts a sexual relationship with Bobby after knowing Wendi is dead and even convinces Eva to sleep with Josh. However, the group suspects that Mickey is hiding resources and start getting angry with him. Just then a struggle breaks between Delvin and Mickey where the later shoots him in the head.
Josh and Bobby then torture him to gain access to the safe room. Josh and Bobby get physically abusive. And, when the effects of radiation start showing, they shave their heads. During this time, plans are being made to escape. But soon, everyone is showing the signs of radiations because of the broken door. In the end, Eva manages to escape.
This movie is violent. From rape to brutally beating people, you see everything. Also, time becomes blurred and as the audience, you cannot really tell how long it has been. We see throughout the movie that tiny difference cause big disruptions. The characters and the entire set was covered in dust, blood and muck. However, if you think this is a survivor story, you are wrong. This is about the darkness that resides inside all of us. But the most interesting part about the movie is that the actors were allowed to improvise. As we divide into the madness called The Divide, as an audience we become unnerved.
This catatonic horror will stay with you for a long time. Nevertheless, the most impressive bit here is the acting from Ventimiglia and Eklund. The wickedness and the darkness that progresses within them, they play it to perfection. If you cannot stomach violence, this is not for you. Otherwise, watch it because it gives you the good kind of bad that we don’t stumble upon often.