DARE TO BE WILD REVIEWED
“Dare to be Wild” isn’t the most exciting film. While I get that Mary Reynolds’ win at the Chelsea Flower Show was impressive, I don’t get why it was movie worthy. Like most works of Irish cinema, the film dwells in its ability to make the most of its limitations. If you ever wanted to watch a couple spend 90 minutes supporting each other and making plans…this would be the film for you. For many Americans, this will put them to sleep.
Still, Emma Greenwell is charming and able to get me to hang with this super laid back movie. While it’s not reinventing the wheel, it’s a great palate cleanser for the deep winter months. Give it a chance today. The film hits VOD for the US market well…right now. GO WATCH IT! Well, go watch this…you already saw It.
- 1 hr and 40 minutes
RELEASE DATE: 1/9/18
The Plot Thus Far
Dare to be Wild is a romantic adventure story, inspired by real life Mary Reynolds, a young landscape designer determined to preserve wild nature. Betrayed in the cutthroat world of Dublin celebrity society, Mary has little hope and no prospects, but has one earth-changing idea. But how does a penniless unknown dare compete in the Olympics of Gardening where Prince Charles is a rival? Defying all odds, Mary embarks on an Ethiopian odyssey to bring back the one man who can help. When the man whose mission is to make the desert bloom again meets the woman engaged in a wild competition, passion blazes along with the power to change the world.
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