“It’s risky calling a movie a work of art – …” says Peter Travers on rollingstone.com. Read his full review of our next film LEAVE NO TRACE and look forward to a place on the couch, a drink in front of you, watching this movie on Thursday :-).
The film is based on a true story. A few posts ago we linked an article from 2004 in The Spokesman Review, telling the story of a father and his daughter who were discovered living in a public park. In 2009, Peter Rock used this story in his novel MyAbandonment, which is in turn the foundation for the film script.
Leave No Trace *** Thursday 23rd May *** See you there!
“It’s a movie that will live with me for a long time”, says Peter Bradshaw in his review of LEAVE NO TRACE, the next film on your schedule.
“Leave No Trace is … careful, realistic, with a sense of what is possible and what is at stake for those people who really do attempt to turn their backs on conventional living and also reject the stigma of homelessness — but what is also at stake for their children who have had no choice in the matter.”
Block 23rd May on your calendar for this movie, which is one of the very few films reaching a 100 % tomatometer score on rottentomatoes.com.