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Mon Nov 12 2007

Talk about heart-on-your-sleeve cinema. Sean Penn uses cinema as an alternative to the analyst’s couch in this adaptation of Jon Krakauer’s book, which details the fatal journey of Christopher McCandless, a 22-year-old graduate from a comfortable Virginian background who, in 1990, gave his $24,000 savings to Oxfam, hit the road and wandered through California, Arizona and South Dakota before hitchhiking to Alaska, where he ate the wrong berries and died in a rusty old schoolbus in which he’d been camping between hunting moose, dodging bears and reading too much Jack London.

Penn shows an abnormal amount of sympathy for McCandless (Emile Hirsch) – think, in British terms, a literate public-schoolboy with a sneering towards the conventional; he even says, ‘I think careers are a twentieth-century invention’ – and his McCandless is a Messianic figure who pounds the open road, leaving behind nothing but goodwill whether he encounters troubled hippies (Catherine Keener and Brian Dierker), hormonal teenagers (Kristen Stewart) or ‘lonely’ – McCandless’ own poisonous word, not mine – old men such as the one played very sweetly by Hal Holbrook. The story of McCandless is obviously fascinating, but Penn is so uncritical that he leaves us little room to judge for ourselves whether his subject – or, more fittingly, his muse? – is enlightened, arrogant or both.

Everything else is deftly handled: Eric Gautier’s photography is beautiful, the pace is swift, Hirsch gives a terrific performance and Penn’s script moves back and forth neatly between the past and the present, cleverly using the bridge of a voiceover from McCandless’ sister (Jena Malone) to sketch a troubled family background. More than anything, the film reminds me of a time when, aged 17, I set off for the Forest of Dean to camp out in the wild, inspired somehow by the recent death of Dennis Potter. We arrived at night, pitched camp and woke in the morning to find we were sleeping next to a busy dog-walking path. One man’s wilderness is another man’s backyard. If only Penn had kept that more in mind.

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Fri Nov 9, 2007

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stevieweaver

If the symptom of a good movie is one that polarizes the audience, judging from the reviews on the TO site, this one is at the top of the list. I found it a moving film on many levels and it's one I'd recommend to anyone with any vestige of reflection (as in introspection) left inside them. If you prefer films as distracting entertainment that leaves you feeling politically correct but more or less brain dead, this film might not be up your street. Better stick to watching ... ... ... (enter favourite film title). Since it portrays the real life account of a somewhat impetuous individual willing to go to extreme lengths to strip away the security blanket of a claustrophobic lifestyle, it may well prove uncomfortable viewing for some. But hey, nobody gets anywhere without taking a few risks. Unfortunately, this guy happened to die in the process. As must we all, young or old, even as we pursue our own particular choice of dream. From beginning to end I'd say Sean Penn did a great job directing. I'm very tempted to see if I'm of the same opinion when I've read the book.

stevieweaver

If the symptom of a good movie is one that polarizes the audience, judging from the reviews on the TO site, this one is at the top of the list. I found it a moving film on many levels and it's one I'd recommend to anyone with any vestige of reflection (as in introspection) left inside them. If you prefer films as distracting entertainment that leaves you feeling politically correct but more or less brain dead, this film might not be up your street. Better stick to watching ... ... ... (enter favourite film title). Since it portrays the real life account of a somewhat impetuous individual willing to go to extreme lengths to strip away the security blanket of a claustrophobic lifestyle, it may well prove uncomfortable viewing for some. But hey, nobody gets anywhere without taking a few risks. Unfortunately, this guy happened to die in the process. As must we all, young or old, even as we pursue our own particular choice of dream. From beginning to end I'd say Sean Penn did a great job directing. I'm very tempted to see if I'm of the same opinion when I've read the book.

Greg

This review just proves that it's easy to bring your own biases to a movie and make their own conclusions. I did not see this movie as preachy. McCandless can be looked at as a spoiled, misguided idealist who read one too many Jack Kerouac novels. In the end, he died alone in an area that wasn't that far from help, although cut off by water. I thought Sean Penn did a good job of telling a story about ONE man's way of thinking, it didn't seem preachy about our destruction of the environment. The message I received was that there's no idealism in nature, and anyone that dares to challenge the wild cannot do so on a whim. I

Greg

This review just proves that it's easy to bring your own biases to a movie and make their own conclusions. I did not see this movie as preachy. McCandless can be looked at as a spoiled, misguided idealist who read one too many Jack Kerouac novels. In the end, he died alone in an area that wasn't that far from help, although cut off by water. I thought Sean Penn did a good job of telling a story about ONE man's way of thinking, it didn't seem preachy about our destruction of the environment. The message I received was that there's no idealism in nature, and anyone that dares to challenge the wild cannot do so on a whim. I

ZOH_S

i disagree with anyone who says Penn makes it difficult to build an alignment to McCandless. His sheer determination and zest for life is admirable, and despite his arrogance at times and dismissive nature towards his unrelenting and (in my opinion), completely unlikeable parents, it is a true tragedy when you discover his mistake with the berries. The film shines with shots of the endless, stark landscape around Chris that accentuates his isolation and makes the audience wish we were there with him, making this journey. And I love Catherine Keener. Never have I seen a character exercise such warmth and I never wanted to stop watching her smile radiate through the screen!

ZOH_S

i disagree with anyone who says Penn makes it difficult to build an alignment to McCandless. His sheer determination and zest for life is admirable, and despite his arrogance at times and dismissive nature towards his unrelenting and (in my opinion), completely unlikeable parents, it is a true tragedy when you discover his mistake with the berries. The film shines with shots of the endless, stark landscape around Chris that accentuates his isolation and makes the audience wish we were there with him, making this journey. And I love Catherine Keener. Never have I seen a character exercise such warmth and I never wanted to stop watching her smile radiate through the screen!

Andrew

I can barely fathom a response to how closed-minded the critic review above me is written... so what if one man's wilderness is another man's backyard? The man with wilderness in his backyard will only realize what he had until he sees the urban side of life. McCandless got to see another side of life, a freeing one, in the wilderness. Sure, different lifestyles suit different people, but the point of this movie wasn't to please every person that walks in the theater. That, on my own terms, defines a good movie; a movie that sticks to its own principles and ideals. The description of the movie in the critic review from Dave Calhoun is decent, but the essence of the film was misunderstood, and, again comes only from his perspective.

Andrew

I can barely fathom a response to how closed-minded the critic review above me is written... so what if one man's wilderness is another man's backyard? The man with wilderness in his backyard will only realize what he had until he sees the urban side of life. McCandless got to see another side of life, a freeing one, in the wilderness. Sure, different lifestyles suit different people, but the point of this movie wasn't to please every person that walks in the theater. That, on my own terms, defines a good movie; a movie that sticks to its own principles and ideals. The description of the movie in the critic review from Dave Calhoun is decent, but the essence of the film was misunderstood, and, again comes only from his perspective.

Nope

Great film but wth with the review..can't understand a single word

Nope

Great film but wth with the review..can't understand a single word

Sophie Jimenez

A fascinating journey into someone elses extraordinary life. Thought-provoking notions, but at such a cost of a young persons life. A life-enhancing film, making me assess my own life and it's materialistic trappings. I thought the film was beautifully shot and very touching.

Sophie Jimenez

A fascinating journey into someone elses extraordinary life. Thought-provoking notions, but at such a cost of a young persons life. A life-enhancing film, making me assess my own life and it's materialistic trappings. I thought the film was beautifully shot and very touching.

Instigator

This book and movie of this true story awakend something deep within. It is a shared consciousness of very few but those few are dreamers. I think Chris would have made a great author if he would have survived.

Instigator

This book and movie of this true story awakend something deep within. It is a shared consciousness of very few but those few are dreamers. I think Chris would have made a great author if he would have survived.

Frenk

The character Chris is (as Chris the person was) a pretentious try-hard. But the character Chris gets some sympathy for his high ideals, even if they are the ideals of a rich wanker. But the film works well. I was surprised how quickly it went, and it keeps things interesting and involving all the way through. Say what you will about Chris, and you should. But the movie, qua movie, is a success.

Frenk

The character Chris is (as Chris the person was) a pretentious try-hard. But the character Chris gets some sympathy for his high ideals, even if they are the ideals of a rich wanker. But the film works well. I was surprised how quickly it went, and it keeps things interesting and involving all the way through. Say what you will about Chris, and you should. But the movie, qua movie, is a success.

James

Sean Penn, although a great actor, clearly should never direct again. I did not even finish watching this movie, that is how dreadful and long this movie was. The major problem with this movie is I could not sympathise with the lead character let alone like him. It is just a simple case of 'the overly spoilt brat rebelling against his priveledges' story which has been told many a times. When he says to Vince Vaugh 'theres so much bad stuff in the world' you literally give up on the movie ever redeeming itself. The world is so bad, you judge other peopel for being bad and yet all he does is run away 'into the wild' to sulk 4 2 years rather than helping those in need? What an arrogant, unlikeable fool. The actors performances are all decent, but the storyline, main character and directing is awfful. Atrocious movie!

James

Sean Penn, although a great actor, clearly should never direct again. I did not even finish watching this movie, that is how dreadful and long this movie was. The major problem with this movie is I could not sympathise with the lead character let alone like him. It is just a simple case of 'the overly spoilt brat rebelling against his priveledges' story which has been told many a times. When he says to Vince Vaugh 'theres so much bad stuff in the world' you literally give up on the movie ever redeeming itself. The world is so bad, you judge other peopel for being bad and yet all he does is run away 'into the wild' to sulk 4 2 years rather than helping those in need? What an arrogant, unlikeable fool. The actors performances are all decent, but the storyline, main character and directing is awfful. Atrocious movie!

Iant

A pity that Chris did not heed the real experience of life of those he met along the way. At 23 he has the intelligence and enough cumulative literary insights to accept that the experience of others is also valid. Even like-minded but now chastened older hippies now feel the anguish of his parents sufficiently to advise him to communicate with them. His final chance of reconciliation goes when the old man tells him that 'Forgiveness is love', indirectly urging him to accept that everyone, including McCandless' parents, are victims of their circumstances and can and should be forgiven. By ignoring this significant word of wisdom from an old-timer he condemns his parents and his innocent sister to a lifetime of guilt and anguish, and by his own reckless naivety and ignorance of the wild he brings tragedy and despair to others through needless self-destruction. He's a nice lad but too self-obsessed. It's the usual well-trodden path of youthful idealism taken to an unusual extreme but most people eventually come to accept that they cannot abstract themselves from the world they're born into.

Iant

A pity that Chris did not heed the real experience of life of those he met along the way. At 23 he has the intelligence and enough cumulative literary insights to accept that the experience of others is also valid. Even like-minded but now chastened older hippies now feel the anguish of his parents sufficiently to advise him to communicate with them. His final chance of reconciliation goes when the old man tells him that 'Forgiveness is love', indirectly urging him to accept that everyone, including McCandless' parents, are victims of their circumstances and can and should be forgiven. By ignoring this significant word of wisdom from an old-timer he condemns his parents and his innocent sister to a lifetime of guilt and anguish, and by his own reckless naivety and ignorance of the wild he brings tragedy and despair to others through needless self-destruction. He's a nice lad but too self-obsessed. It's the usual well-trodden path of youthful idealism taken to an unusual extreme but most people eventually come to accept that they cannot abstract themselves from the world they're born into.

Henry Darcy

It's interesting to read some of the negative reactions to this film and in general how the word "indulgent" gets attached to anything that challenges materialistic modernity. To me, Penn goes to considerable lengths to balance his character's idealism against the cost of his individualism. The narrator is not McCandless, but his grieving sister, who reminds us again and again of the pain that his family experienced. Furthermore, the final outcome of the journey emphasises the realisation by Chris that he made a mistake in rejecting society outright and he pays the ultimate price for that. This is a film, which like "Grizzly Man", deals with the relationship between man and society and the decision to escape back to nature. Whereas "Grizzly Man" stands back and observes it's subject with a detached distance, "Into the Wild" empathises with it's character and tries to show us the lure of the foolhardy adventure as well as it's tragic consequences. How is that more indulgent than any of the stories that we see about individuals seeking fortune along more wordly paths?

Henry Darcy

It's interesting to read some of the negative reactions to this film and in general how the word "indulgent" gets attached to anything that challenges materialistic modernity. To me, Penn goes to considerable lengths to balance his character's idealism against the cost of his individualism. The narrator is not McCandless, but his grieving sister, who reminds us again and again of the pain that his family experienced. Furthermore, the final outcome of the journey emphasises the realisation by Chris that he made a mistake in rejecting society outright and he pays the ultimate price for that. This is a film, which like "Grizzly Man", deals with the relationship between man and society and the decision to escape back to nature. Whereas "Grizzly Man" stands back and observes it's subject with a detached distance, "Into the Wild" empathises with it's character and tries to show us the lure of the foolhardy adventure as well as it's tragic consequences. How is that more indulgent than any of the stories that we see about individuals seeking fortune along more wordly paths?

amdazako

"Worst tragedy of my life" - killing the moose. The guy was definitely full of himself, and Penn "forgot" to deal with that. But then, he was just a troubled kid, and he did something different. McCandless, not Penn.

amdazako

"Worst tragedy of my life" - killing the moose. The guy was definitely full of himself, and Penn "forgot" to deal with that. But then, he was just a troubled kid, and he did something different. McCandless, not Penn.

Ben

I think your opinion on this film depends on what you bring to it... there are some reviews here from people who obviously were never going to let any of the deeper ideas get within an inch of them. And others, like me, who simply sat back and opened their mind. You could get arsey and prickly about the character's choices and motives but I think his plan was to escape from arsey and prickly people.... I can't fault him for that. A sad but thoughtful story, an unusual and worthwhile film.

Ben

I think your opinion on this film depends on what you bring to it... there are some reviews here from people who obviously were never going to let any of the deeper ideas get within an inch of them. And others, like me, who simply sat back and opened their mind. You could get arsey and prickly about the character's choices and motives but I think his plan was to escape from arsey and prickly people.... I can't fault him for that. A sad but thoughtful story, an unusual and worthwhile film.

Rachel

What a load of self-indulgent rubbish. I detested how Penn portrayed Chris in the film- this saint like un materialistic God. When in fact all I saw was a selfish, nasty little boy who put his parents through absolute hell. It was the glorifying of what he did that was so ridiculous. I mean fine, give up material possessions, that's all well and good but acting like it's the rest of the world and not you that has a problem was just idiotic and something that I believe everybody (if they're being honest) cannot relate to. Hirsch was beyond irritating with his self satisfied smile and jesus-like beard. The whole film was a disaster- not funny, not sweet, not insightful or even original. It was an absolute bloody disaster.

Rachel

What a load of self-indulgent rubbish. I detested how Penn portrayed Chris in the film- this saint like un materialistic God. When in fact all I saw was a selfish, nasty little boy who put his parents through absolute hell. It was the glorifying of what he did that was so ridiculous. I mean fine, give up material possessions, that's all well and good but acting like it's the rest of the world and not you that has a problem was just idiotic and something that I believe everybody (if they're being honest) cannot relate to. Hirsch was beyond irritating with his self satisfied smile and jesus-like beard. The whole film was a disaster- not funny, not sweet, not insightful or even original. It was an absolute bloody disaster.

Paul - Switzerland

I found it very difficult to collect my emotions as this film came to an end. I am in my mid-forties and as a military veteran have considerable experience of tragedy and as an outdoors enthusiast of survival in the wilderness. My guess is that one's reaction to this film will be relative to one's experience, insight and perceptiveness. Life is a comedy for those who think, a tragedy for those who feel. As a stand alone (I haven't read the book, nor do I have any knowledge of the background to this film - but does that matter?) this film is the most profound and thought provoking I have seen - ever. Perhaps that is its purpose - I will now read the book and research the background.

Paul - Switzerland

I found it very difficult to collect my emotions as this film came to an end. I am in my mid-forties and as a military veteran have considerable experience of tragedy and as an outdoors enthusiast of survival in the wilderness. My guess is that one's reaction to this film will be relative to one's experience, insight and perceptiveness. Life is a comedy for those who think, a tragedy for those who feel. As a stand alone (I haven't read the book, nor do I have any knowledge of the background to this film - but does that matter?) this film is the most profound and thought provoking I have seen - ever. Perhaps that is its purpose - I will now read the book and research the background.

CD

First of all UI and Olek know nothing about who they are. if you're a parent and you love your kid, even though he goes to college and gets that degree and does something else doesn't mean it should be a waste of money. if you think that you're a bad parent! he didn't die because of starvation, he died because he ate the wrong berries and the river was too high to cross. this movie was vantastic. it is about finding out who you really are as a person and looking with in, and on the way making an impact in everyone elses lives that you meet up with. the character in this movie is brilliant and smart, he graduated from college with straight a's and knew so many knowlegable quotes and how to connect with people. so before you leave some really bad comment, watch the whole movie and actually look at the symbolism rather than the nudity and scenery UI and olek

CD

First of all UI and Olek know nothing about who they are. if you're a parent and you love your kid, even though he goes to college and gets that degree and does something else doesn't mean it should be a waste of money. if you think that you're a bad parent! he didn't die because of starvation, he died because he ate the wrong berries and the river was too high to cross. this movie was vantastic. it is about finding out who you really are as a person and looking with in, and on the way making an impact in everyone elses lives that you meet up with. the character in this movie is brilliant and smart, he graduated from college with straight a's and knew so many knowlegable quotes and how to connect with people. so before you leave some really bad comment, watch the whole movie and actually look at the symbolism rather than the nudity and scenery UI and olek

scott

This was the most boring film I've seen in the last twelve months. Long sequence of landscape shots after long sequence of landscape shots, the idolisation of a selfish, foolish guy, the voiceovers, the pretension... geez. I don't know why the people who enjoyed it are so touchy about it being criticised, although it does strike me as a film that it might be considered hip to say you like, even if you don't. It's a pretty pretentious flick.

scott

This was the most boring film I've seen in the last twelve months. Long sequence of landscape shots after long sequence of landscape shots, the idolisation of a selfish, foolish guy, the voiceovers, the pretension... geez. I don't know why the people who enjoyed it are so touchy about it being criticised, although it does strike me as a film that it might be considered hip to say you like, even if you don't. It's a pretty pretentious flick.

Russell

A very sympathetic portrayal of a defiant, adventurous spirited young man. The film generates a feeling of admiration for the courage of the main protagonist, Christopher McCandles , alias, Alexander Supertramp, while allowing his muddle-headed determination to live alone and cut-off from "society" in a demanding environment, to speak for itself. At times during the screening I wondered about the relevance of the film to a 58 year old like me, but director, Sean Penn skilfully depicts the anguish of McCandless' parents in a way that makes it very relevant to a father of sons in their 20’s (which I am). By including even more of the perspective of McCandless' sister, Penn has produced a film of considerable appeal across gender and generational lines.

Russell

A very sympathetic portrayal of a defiant, adventurous spirited young man. The film generates a feeling of admiration for the courage of the main protagonist, Christopher McCandles , alias, Alexander Supertramp, while allowing his muddle-headed determination to live alone and cut-off from "society" in a demanding environment, to speak for itself. At times during the screening I wondered about the relevance of the film to a 58 year old like me, but director, Sean Penn skilfully depicts the anguish of McCandless' parents in a way that makes it very relevant to a father of sons in their 20’s (which I am). By including even more of the perspective of McCandless' sister, Penn has produced a film of considerable appeal across gender and generational lines.

tarheel66

I agree with another post here that the time out reviewer used (mis)used a thesaurus more than their own mind and soul to review this film. Wonderful film, with a character who was both flawed and appealing. The hubris that the character had doesn't make the film itself flawed. And, while the film does indulge in a bit of Christ-like imagery, like all great art, it is open to be approached on different levels. I personally found that it sticks with me well, and was not unchallenging to the main character, or to the audience who identifiies with him. Catherine Keener's character was wonderfully drawn and acted, and Hal Holbrook should win the supporting actor oscar. As a 41 year old gen-x-er who shared similar experiences at that time (90-92), I found the film to be available as a powerful ode to the wanderlust, energy and sometimes misguided defiance of one's 20s. and a song for that generation's soul, energy and disappointments.

tarheel66

I agree with another post here that the time out reviewer used (mis)used a thesaurus more than their own mind and soul to review this film. Wonderful film, with a character who was both flawed and appealing. The hubris that the character had doesn't make the film itself flawed. And, while the film does indulge in a bit of Christ-like imagery, like all great art, it is open to be approached on different levels. I personally found that it sticks with me well, and was not unchallenging to the main character, or to the audience who identifiies with him. Catherine Keener's character was wonderfully drawn and acted, and Hal Holbrook should win the supporting actor oscar. As a 41 year old gen-x-er who shared similar experiences at that time (90-92), I found the film to be available as a powerful ode to the wanderlust, energy and sometimes misguided defiance of one's 20s. and a song for that generation's soul, energy and disappointments.

Pete

A movie full of cod philosphy but with great scenes on the dying embers of the hippy lifestyle and travel brochure shots of a cold and expansive Alaska. Chris McCandless went into the wilderness with an unbreakable view that he could handle anything an unforgiving world would care to challenge him with. His confidence overwhelmed common sense, he had no maps, a very limited supply of food and field craft based on a couple of chats with half baked hunters. Tragic, that he didn't need to die, there was an emergency cabin stocked wih food 6 miles north and a cable bucket river crossing just south of the old bus where he starved to death. Emile Hirsch proved he's every bit as determined as Bale (The Machinist) at shedding pounds to skeletal dimensions.

Pete

A movie full of cod philosphy but with great scenes on the dying embers of the hippy lifestyle and travel brochure shots of a cold and expansive Alaska. Chris McCandless went into the wilderness with an unbreakable view that he could handle anything an unforgiving world would care to challenge him with. His confidence overwhelmed common sense, he had no maps, a very limited supply of food and field craft based on a couple of chats with half baked hunters. Tragic, that he didn't need to die, there was an emergency cabin stocked wih food 6 miles north and a cable bucket river crossing just south of the old bus where he starved to death. Emile Hirsch proved he's every bit as determined as Bale (The Machinist) at shedding pounds to skeletal dimensions.

Pete

A movie full of cod philosphy but with great scenes on the dying embers of the hippy lifestyle and travel brochure shots of a cold and expansive Alaska. Chris McCandless went into the wilderness with an unbreakable view that he could handle anything an unforgiving world would care to challenge him with. His confidence overwhelmed common sense, he had no maps, a very limited supply of food and field craft based on a couple of chats with half baked hunters. Tragic, that he didn't need to die, there was an emergency cabin stocked wih food 6 miles north and a cable car river crossing just south of the old bus where he starved to death. Emile Hirsch proved he's every bit as determined as Bale (The Machinist) at shedding pounds to skeletal dimensions.

Pete

A movie full of cod philosphy but with great scenes on the dying embers of the hippy lifestyle and travel brochure shots of a cold and expansive Alaska. Chris McCandless went into the wilderness with an unbreakable view that he could handle anything an unforgiving world would care to challenge him with. His confidence overwhelmed common sense, he had no maps, a very limited supply of food and field craft based on a couple of chats with half baked hunters. Tragic, that he didn't need to die, there was an emergency cabin stocked wih food 6 miles north and a cable car river crossing just south of the old bus where he starved to death. Emile Hirsch proved he's every bit as determined as Bale (The Machinist) at shedding pounds to skeletal dimensions.

olek

2.5 hours of total rubbish, incoherent mumble about young guy rambling all over US escaping from Evil Materialistic Society. Finally he reaches Alaska where in solitude he enjoys nice landscapes as long as - YES! - he has enough of food, bullets and other supplies from the society and civilization which he fled. When he runs out of the above, he starves to death. What an idiotism.

olek

2.5 hours of total rubbish, incoherent mumble about young guy rambling all over US escaping from Evil Materialistic Society. Finally he reaches Alaska where in solitude he enjoys nice landscapes as long as - YES! - he has enough of food, bullets and other supplies from the society and civilization which he fled. When he runs out of the above, he starves to death. What an idiotism.

Pen

A stunning film that every parent should see! Life changing - don't read the reviews just go and see it and make your own mind up.

Pen

A stunning film that every parent should see! Life changing - don't read the reviews just go and see it and make your own mind up.

ken

Well for all of the cynical and numbed who have no life left for adventure read the reviews don't go, but if you love nature and see the working on the inner person going through great changes see this movie. When reading reveiws I wonder have we become so distance from nature that we look on a film like this with suspicion. The acting was great, don't get lost on a few trivial things lacking, Enjoy enjoy.

ken

Well for all of the cynical and numbed who have no life left for adventure read the reviews don't go, but if you love nature and see the working on the inner person going through great changes see this movie. When reading reveiws I wonder have we become so distance from nature that we look on a film like this with suspicion. The acting was great, don't get lost on a few trivial things lacking, Enjoy enjoy.

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