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There’s no question that The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou was a revolutionary film. David Fincher’s 2007 movie pushed the boundaries of visual effects and story to their limits. But, as a purely visual action flick, you can’t argue with the success of its sequel, The Finishing Touch. Though fans of the original might have hoped that this would be the last we’d see of Zissou and his crew, for the moment, we’re getting one last aquatic adventure featuring the crew of Poseidon’s Dragon.

The story picks up where The Finishing Touch left off, with Zissou’s (Bill Murray) crew still in their position of being among the last surviving members of a species who’s beachfront had just been devastated by something that went wrong. Zissou is leading an expedition to the Baikal area in Northern Russia and along for the ride are:

Will Poulter: An English marine biologist who’s built himself a research vessel and a crew of his own. He’s written a book about the species of bullfrogs he’s studying and is here to study a different one.

Klaus Vendee: A local man who’s working for Zissou, though he’s genuinely helpful and more than happy to help the crew in any way he can. He speaks Russian.

Mia Wasikowska: An Australian journalist covering the story for her newspaper.

Alia Shawkat: An FBI agent hunting the man (Zissou) responsible for the disaster.

Toby Kebbell: An English film student taking a break from his studies to see the world. He speaks Russian and does his best to aid Zissou’s mission.

Cage: A mysterious man who’s traveling with Alia Shawkat. You’ll get to learn more about him at the end of the film.

Following The Finishing Touch, Fincher and company opted to keep the film on a more realistic and grounded