Leviathan is a Total Recall fantasy life made real: only instead of a secret agent you're a central member of a fishing crew ala The Perfect Storm. The film places you right onboard a vessel at dawn, its machinery groaning and surrounding ocean relaxing. With a series of small, clear cameras the film displays the minutae of this life using extreme, often uncomfortable close-ups and natural sound that immerses, disorientates & hypnotises. There is no narrative, no reason, no explanation of anything. You simply are just there.
As an experience of something real it's unmatched and you can be haunted by these images if you let them but Leviathan is not for the impatient or those prone to motion sickness.
Memorable yes, rewatchable probably not.