This movie is periodic heartfelt drama, shot very beautifully tells a story of a lighthouse keeper and his wife living off the coast of Australia. They raise a baby which they rescue from an adrift rowboat. The movie is directed by Derek Cianfrance, who directed The Place Beyond the Pines earlier. The movie is based on the novel written by M.L. Stedman. The movie stars Tom Sherbourne (Micheal Fassbender) who has served heroically in World War 1 and works as a lighthouse keeper on the desolated area Janus Rock. He meets Isabel (Vikander) from a nearby village. They fall in love and soon they get married. They both found their soul mates who need each other. The movie is beautifully shot like an every frame should be painted and along with a lovely score by Alexandre Desplat. The natural surroundings, the sea, lighthouse everything is shot beautifully. Moving forward, the couple tries to have a child, but Isabel miscarries twice. The couple going through the trauma and all the sentiments, you can feel their pain. Then a baby washes up ashore on a dingy, along with a dead man. Isabel wants to keep the baby, Tom wants to report the incident and being responsible about the baby. Eventually, they raise the baby. A few years later Tom and Isabel meet Hannah (Weisz), a woman who is searching for her husband and daughter who went missing in the sea around the same time when they found the baby. Micheal Fassbender and Vikander are excellent throughout the movie. You can call me his fan and I can watch Michael Fassbender movies the whole day. The chemistry between both of them is flawless. This is definitely an emotional and well-constructed movie.