Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace
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Jeff

Jesus when the old ladies came out and waved their scarves around on the alter like the geriatric gymnastics team that was enough to make me go running back into the woods.

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Richard

loved the movie (thought it was going to be 'fake' at first cuz their clothes were way too clean). ...the end reminded me of "The Road" by Cormac McCarthy; father and child who only had each other are separated by death in The Road and by mental illness in this story. In both stories the ...Read more

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Calderon

This movie is the film maker's idea of what would happen "if" the daughter chose to stay within a society (outsiders/fringes). The movie does not portray the truth because no one really knows what happened to them after they left the first family (Christmas tree business)...except that they ...Read more

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Alan

Lovely woods. Naturalistic filmmaking, but everyone is so kind, it doesn't seem realistic, that and a few other details. Does depict the serious societal issue of vets and other damaged people living on the fringes.

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J. P.

America is filled with combat vets with PTSD, suicides and broken bodies and minds. One month ago, my brother died at age 71 due to stomach cancer. He went to Toronto rather Vietnam and I drove him there. Neither of us had any regrets...

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Charlene

I found the father's character flat, enigmatic, and uninteresting. Back story was confusing. How long had they been living in the forest? Because if it had been years the daughter would have been more dysfunctional. She came across as wise, and worldly. The ending was strange. He needed help ...Read more

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Robert

Great Movie ! Kept our interest all thru the movie.

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vance

Loved the slow pace and beautiful forests. Good story.

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bob

I also live outdoors and enjoy. I have seen the beauty of the place that this was filmed in and other places too. I liked this movie and felt that it was done well. bob

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Melissa Adylia

I am surprised by how much I enjoyed this movie. Very well done.

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lady

very good movie

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kanopy33

Not bad, nice to catch a decent movie after a series of blunders.

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myscootet

No Hollywood garbage film...this is the best film I've seen in years. Pure quality. Great acting...so absorbed....related to my off the grid experience. Bravo.

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Rebecca

This is a precious love story. It is a portrayal of the love a father has for his daughter, and that the daughter has for her father (all very healthy and appropriate). He takes care of her and she takes care of him. In the end, they both have to make very painful choices when they both ...Read more

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L

Profound the untold story of impact of combat and war long after one returns to daily life, so quietly and beautifully portrayed, acted and photographed you can feel the stark contrast wilderness and urban life

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Nanci

I liked it!

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Brian

That kinda living is rough,but my hats off to anyone that does it. Good Movie.

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Florence

Nice Movie!

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Larry

Not everyone could live out in the woods....simple things like a bad fall could kill you....you could die of cold or being too wet or not knowing eough to live off the land....you lifespan would probably be shorter
than trying to survive on the streets of many American cities as ...Read more

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