REVIEWSTHEATRICAL RELEASESLEAVE NO TRACE

LEAVE NO TRACE REVIEWED RATHER FAST “Leave No Trace” is a film about PTSD and how a family handles bonding away from society. I’m a big fan of Debra Granik and I wish she had made more movies. But, it’s hard to kinda sell mainstream audiences on a movie about mental trappings. An older take on the film would be to frame the dad as a trouble handicap to the daughter. But, both parties love...
July 31, 20181 min

LEAVE NO TRACE REVIEWED RATHER FAST

“Leave No Trace” is a film about PTSD and how a family handles bonding away from society. I’m a big fan of Debra Granik and I wish she had made more movies. But, it’s hard to kinda sell mainstream audiences on a movie about mental trappings. An older take on the film would be to frame the dad as a trouble handicap to the daughter. But, both parties love each other and want to find a way to make things work. There are no easier answers and I hope it’s still at your local arthouse theater. If not, stream it.

FILM STATS

  • 1 hr and 49 mins
  • PG
  • Bleecker Street

RELEASE DATE: 7/6/18

  • 90%
    Content Score - 90%
90%

The Plot Thus Far

A father and his thirteen year-old daughter are living in an ideal existence in a vast urban park in Portland, Oregon, when a small mistake derails their lives forever.

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