by Tuna

Eve is a Canadian film with no dialogue whatsoever. It is the story of the first woman, who lives at one with nature, but somehow suspects that something is missing. When she happens upon a hand print in a cave drawing, she begins to suspect that she is not alone, and begins a quest to find the other person, and, in the process, love. Her quest takes her through many different types of scenery, and her dreams are filled with ideas of what this "love" will be like.

The film was shot over an 118 day period in spectacular locations:

  • Bruce Peninsula National Park, Ontario
  • Banff National Park, Alberta
  • Jasper National Park, Alberta
  • Kootenay National Park, British Columbia
  • Mt. Revelstoke National Park, British Columbia
  • Roughneck Falls, Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota
  • Devil's Tower National Monument, Wyoming
  • Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
  • Glacier National Park, Montana
  • Olympic National Park, Washington
  • Mt. Rainier National Park, Washington
  • Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Oregon
  • John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Oregon
  • Mono Lake, California
  • Joshua Tree National Park, California
  • Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada
  • Zion National Park, Utah
  • Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
  • Dixie National Forest, Utah
  • Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument, Utah
  • Goblin Valley State Park, Utah
  • Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah
  • Canyonlands National Park, Utah
  • Arches National Park, Utah
  • Newspaper Rock, Utah
  • Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah
  • Silver Falls State Park, Oregon
  • Smith Rock State Park, Oregon
  • Sunset Bay State Park, Oregon
  • Shore Acres State Park, Oregon
  • Cape Arago State Park, Oregon
  • Harris Beach State Park, Oregon
  • Redwood National Park, California
  • Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, California
  • Yosemite National Park, California
  • Red Rock Canyon State Park, California
  • Monument Valley, Navajo Nation
  • Antelope Canyon, Navajo Nation
  • Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
  • Sedona, Arizona
  • Tucson Mountain Park, Arizona
  • White Sands National Monument, New Mexico
  • Great Sand Dunes National Monument, Colorado
  • Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
  • the Island of Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

Neil St. Clair wrote and directed an effective story told entirely in pictures. Cinematographer Rob Plowman was nothing short of amazing in his photography, often finding natural shapes conforming to actress contours. Some of his pans and dolly shots in the redwoods with huge depth of field took my breath away. Kudos also to Calvin B. Grant, the editor, who managed to make the women and the environment fuse together time after time. 

If you have an interest in nature photography, and/or the naked human female form in natural environments, and could appreciate a story told only in images, with an evocative and eclectic sound track to help with mood and emotion, then add this to your collection.

Highly recommended

Trouble Every Day

Available in the USA on a Region 3 disc from RLDVDs.com


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The first woman is played by former Miss Norway, Inger Ebeltoft. The women in her dreams are played by Stacey Atkinson, Maria Cilea and Jen Wettlaufer.

All of the women do full frontal and rear except Maria Cilea, who only shows breasts and buns.





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Absolutely superlative specialty material.