ka-Bloomie Reviews in Haven - Reviews Posted July 26, 2009 I think I'm the last person to see this movie. I finally saw Haven and I wanted to share my thoughts and well this is the perfect place to do it. I watched Haven yesterday and it made me sad. For me it was not an easy movie to watch. I was filled with sadness seeing the things the kids were doing and how things were just going downhill. Especially for Shy and Andrea. To see the state in which Andrea got to it was very heartbreaking and so was seeing Shy in pain. That being said I think Orlando did a fantastic job. He was so real, so easy. He was Shy and he was beautiful. It was a good movie since it left me feeling sad and wanting to know more about these people - the movie affected me so it did its job. I'm glad I saw it and am planning on watching it again to better understand each character. I also don't think Shy committed suicide or died. To me when he dropped the gun I felt it meant he was letting go of things, of his past and going forward. I've owned the DVD for more than a year but this isn't a movie I can watch over and over again. The pain Andrea and Shy are going through is so intense. And both of these talented actors have such wonderfully expressive faces and their eyes in particular really show their love for each other and the pain they are experiencing. I felt the ending was positive, too. They left it open-ended, but my feeling is that Shy was letting go of his painful past and moving on.