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There are mysteries within mysteries in “Never Here,” a beguiling take on the madness of art and the dangers of impulse control issues. It’s a bewildering picture, but that’s exactly how writer/director Camille Thoman wants it, keeping characters enigmatic and the plot fluid, though she achieves select genre appreciation at times, identifying a true filmgoer spirit in the midst of all this interpretive fog. Thoman also casts smartly, unleashing Mireille Enos on a role that plays to her strengths of physical communication and psychological unraveling. “Never Here” isn’t the smoothest viewing experience around, but it’s full of haunting images and provocative ideas, blending art world immersion with detective noir, offering the curious plenty to sift through as reality bends and obsessions graduate into horror.  Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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