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Leave No Trace is a movie starring Thomasin McKenzie, Ben Foster, and Jeffery Rifflard. A father and his thirteen year-old daughter are living an ideal existence in a vast urban park in Portland, Oregon, when a small mistake derails...

Debra Granik
Ben Foster, Jeffery Rifflard, Thomasin McKenzie, Derek John Drescher

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Genres Drama
Director Debra Granik
Writer Debra Granik, Peter Rock, Anne Rosellini
Stars Ben Foster, Jeffery Rifflard, Thomasin McKenzie, Derek John Drescher
Country Canada, USA
Also Known As İz Bırakma, Ne hagyj nyomot!, Senza lasciare traccia, Sem Rastros, Ne ostavljaj trag, 荒野之心, No dejes rastro, 足跡はかき消して, My Abandonment, Jälgi jätmata, Zatrzyj slady
Runtime 1 h 49 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description After living off the grid in Oregon for years, traumatized military veteran Will (Ben Foster) and his teenage daughter, Tom (Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie), are picked up by social services and forced to integrate back into society. While Tom begins to connect with others and thrive, Will struggles and attempts to avoid his demons by escaping back into the wild. Directed by Debra Granik. Based on the novel "My Abandonment" by Peter Rock.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 14 Apr 2020 10:56

It has been almost two years since the release of this film. And even though it was released in a short time frame I still don't understand all the hype surrounding it. I can only conclude that the marketing for this film was quite possibly the most underwhelming marketing strategy ever. This film was too short, it was too unpredictable, and it was also quite unimaginative. My one issue with this film was the story. I know that at some point it became very important to me to have a story, and that all the characters in the film had a story, but the story in this film was not compelling enough. I am really not sure why the main character at first had an obsession with nothing, as a teenager. After this point the story was very hard to follow, but it was also really hard to figure out why she was so obsessed with the film. This film could have been a masterpiece if they had used a story, but the story was not interesting enough to make the movie worth watching. The acting was good, but it was really a one trick pony. Ben Foster and Matt Damon did a great job with their parts, and their characters were believable. The ending of this film was really good though, and the cast members in this film did an awesome job with their roles. In conclusion, this film could have been a masterpiece, but the story was not compelling enough to make the movie worthwhile. I would only recommend this film to people who want to see a film about the wild west and a love story. It's not a bad film, but it is not a good film either.
Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 23:58

I'm sure many people are going to have an opinion about this movie, I have no idea why but I enjoyed it. Not just for the eco-tourism but because it was interesting and engaging. The story is very well written, it focuses on a man who sees it as his responsibility to rescue these guys. The actors did an amazing job, it was just a shame that it didn't capture the lightness and kind of way people seemed to be from the time they entered the town. I was really impressed by the way the scene where we are waiting for the cars to arrive really caught me. It was like they were real and they were people that were trying to survive. It was good and real, I also think the beauty of it was that the things we would look at as kind of dumb weren't the worst things in the world, but they did have consequences. I love the way the message was conveyed and how it was portrayed. I thought the characters were well developed, I thought the scenery and the setting was amazing and really spoke to me, it gave me a sense of place that I hadn't felt for a long time. I loved the way they filmed it, they really captured it well and it seemed to be a very simple and un-erotic way to film it. I thought the cinematography was amazing and I really enjoyed the way the camera played with the people in the movie. I also liked the way they made the camera shake for emphasis, it seemed like a natural thing and I thought it added to the character of these guys. Overall, I really enjoyed this movie, it's a great movie to watch if you're tired of all the Hollywood crap.
Friday, 03 Apr 2020 13:00

Polaris falls in love with a much older woman. And it's a mistake. First, she's a weak-willed old goat who will talk her way out of a serious situation. In the process of helping her she ends up getting killed. But by doing so she gives Polaris, who came back to life with a two-day state of death, the strength to find out the truth. There are many reasons why this movie sucks. First, most of the plot is just annoying. If you had any respect for the novel, the characters should have acted differently. And, even though there's a great deal of crime in the book, the scene where Aurora's boyfriend and her friend are robbed and raped is too quiet. The movie doesn't show much. It never gives a good picture of the story. And, some things are thrown out of the window, like the way Aurora's boss thinks her job is crap. The only thing that's really good about this movie is the performances. Timothy Spall, as Calvin, is great. He's also the only one that doesn't get killed in this movie. In my opinion he's the best character. He makes it a treat to watch him and feel sorry for him. Julian Sands, as Tobias, is also good. His performance is sometimes really bad and you think he's trying to be too evil. The only thing that could have made this movie better is if they had portrayed the relationship between Calvin and Aurora much better. There's a real feeling of disappointment that they didn't do that. The movie does have some good things about it. It's nice to see a movie that's got a heart. I can't think of one movie that did a better job at conveying a moral that is well expressed. Also, the cinematography is beautiful. I just love the way it looks like a 1970's TV show, and the atmosphere. It doesn't look like it was shot on a low budget. It's like you can tell it was shot on a high budget. I would recommend this movie to anyone. But don't go into it with high hopes. It's not a movie that will make you feel good, but it's a good movie to watch if you want to have a nice night and be entertained. And for those who would complain about the non-linear way that it was filmed, don't do that. I didn't care at all that they made it that way. The whole point of the movie is that it doesn't have to make sense. I give it 8/10.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 14:23

I had just finished watching "No Trace" (part of a series) when I decided to go ahead and review the whole thing in one go. You can read the synopsis, or watch the other episodes, and you won't miss a thing. It's the type of film that stays with you. It's also the kind of film you might enjoy more than once. It is also the type of film you'll feel like you've already seen it before and will want to see it again. It is a film that'll have you asking yourself what you would do if you were in the situation of the characters. The story line might seem straightforward, but you're going to find yourself asking questions after the film's finished, which will force you to revisit what you've just seen. I think the characters were especially well-developed, and there was a level of realism and depth to the plot that you just don't see in a lot of films these days. All of the actors were just perfect for their roles, and there was no actor who stood out. They were just so well-written that they all came together to make a very strong film. I loved how they went for the realism, but kept the story line and the message up to a high level. I especially liked the way the film pushed the actors in such a big way and showed them in a really realistic way. This movie just made me want to be an actor when I grow up. In some ways, this movie reminded me of how difficult it is to be an actor, and how much you have to do to pull off a good performance. It is really hard to find a role that you're not in, and the people who can pull it off are few and far between. I loved the movie, and I'm really glad I watched it.

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