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Into the Wild Script

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   (8.20 out of 10)

Writers
  Sean Penn
  Jon Krakauer

Genres
  Adventure
  Drama

Movie Release Date : September 2007

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User Comments for Into the Wild

frans     (10 out of 10 )
What an exhilarating film. I felt the raw passion, pure intensity and sold out conviction of Sean Penn the actor translate to Sean Penn the director. What a courageous film. How the unstructured and uninhibited camera language emphasize the free spirit and brave character of our protagonist. What an expansive film. With the up, close and personal focus of microscopic shots you experience undefiled nature and scarce private emotion and with the macroscopic focus of breathtaking panoramic landscapes you enjoy a bird's eye view. Finally, on a personal note, what an invigorating film. I was infused with energy to explore my own unvisited places, unfound spaces and unrealized dreams. I was ready to go into my own wild...


Elleisa (10 out of 10 )
Great, great movie. I would recommend this to almost anyone. There are a few scenes of nudity, so not the kids. But overall, great film.


Arpit (10 out of 10 )
Excellent cinema. On the technical aspects:the direction is enormously bewildering. Sean Penn has very nicely transcribed the book into a marvelous cinema. The camera work is to be applauded. Quite a teacher of cinema work. On the more cinematic and viewing aspect:I can not describe it. You should watch it, & then shut up.


Susan Pomerantz     (10 out of 10 )
Is there anyway to get a transcipt of the poems and quotes listed in the credits, including Lord Byron's poem? Thanks.


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