Leave No Trace [Blu-ray]

Will (Ben Foster) and his teenage daughter, Tom (Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie), have lived off the grid for years in the forests of Portland, Oregon. When their idyllic life is shattered, both are put into social services. After clashing with their new surroundings, Will and Tom set off on a harrowing journey back to their wild homeland. From the director of Academy Award- nominated Winter’s Bone, critics are hailing this film as “powerful from start to finish” (Los Angeles Times).

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3 thoughts on “Leave No Trace [Blu-ray]

  1. A Vet’s review I will not tell you the plot as others have already done that with too much detail. I will offer my review of the movie and answer some of the criticisms of other reviewers. It is a wonderfully fresh and well done movie. The close ups of the young daughter’s eyes searching for unknowable answers or the father’s futile and desperate hand curling around his scalp as if to ward off the world are incredibly touching. Dialogue is sparse because the camera and actors make it unnecessary. It is…

  2. A Pleasant Walk Through the Forest Debra Granik directs another excellent film with Leave No Trace. It’s quite similar in style to her last movie Winter’s Bone with Jennifer Lawrence with its gritty realism and natural setting. Leave No Trace is less depressing and more hopeful for the future. It takes on heavy themes of PTSD, homelessness, and autonomy with a mature thoughtfulness. Leave No Trace stay with you with each scene stuck in your mind.Granik directs with a grounded sense of realism. From the natural forest…

  3. Nice, but not very compelling Came out of the theater not knowing exactly what I thought of this film…it was pleasant to look at, with a great performance by a young actress, but the storyline left something to be desired. The film shows us just a window of time in the lives of this father and daughter, so there’s a lot of detail left unknown; a little mystery is good, but I never really felt very invested in the main characters.The film is thought-provoking: what makes someone want to live not just “off the…

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