Watch on TV tonight and stream on C8: Survival Instinct (2016) by Jaume Collet-Serra starring Blake Lively, Oscar Jaenada, Sedona Legge and Brett Cullen. Bulles de Culture’s opinion on this survival rebroadcast on Monday, January 25, 2021.

Nancy is surfing solo on a secluded beach when attacked by a great white shark. She takes refuge on a rock, out of reach of the shark. She has less than 200 meters to swim to be saved, but regaining dry land will be the deadliest battle …

Excerpt from Bulles de Culture’s review of the film Survival Instinct written upon its theatrical release:

We’d like to talk about a revelation, but at 29, actress Blake Lively is far from her first feature film, far from it. But it’s not every day that an actress has the chance to stumble upon a role like Nancy, the Texan surfer from Survival Instinct.

(…) Despite the appearance of a pitch that is a little too seductive, the film exceeds expectations with a remarkable Blake Lively in mind.

No, neither the plot nor the main character is based on real events or on anyone existing or having existed.

No such announcement at the moment but if this is the case, director Jaume Collet-Serra (Night Run, The Passenger) should not be back on track based on a statement he made to the CinemaBlend site in 2016: I only do original work. (…) And that’s what attracts me. I can control it, and if I do something that’s a sequel, the original director will have played it his way, or the character or whatever, collectively they’ll know more than I do. You have to work collectively with [a] producer to make a film that will collectively satisfy a large audience. And that’s not how I like to work. I like working as a single director, making a piece that connects with a member of the audience. “

If on the animal side, the great white shark in this thriller with Blake Lively was created entirely by computer, the seagull Steven Seagull is for his part a real seagull as the director explained to the Vulture site in 2016: “All that we wanted was to find an already injured seagull on the right wing, so it couldn’t really take off. We found a lot of them that had been in captivity and had been cared for for years, and we found one in particular, this seagull called Sully, which was an awesome seagull. I didn’t know it when I worked with him, but he was kind of like the Marlon Brando of the seagulls. He made very strong choices throughout the film. He knew exactly when to react and when to look at the camera, instinctively ”.

NO: This is not the opening scene in Dumb & Dumber YES: That is a real Seagull

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