While walking on an Appalachian mountain trail, a Spanish woman meets an American hiker.
Initial release: December 13, 2018 (USA)
Director: Matthew Brown
Script: Matthew Brown
Cinematography: Donald R. Monroe
Producers: Summer Shelton, Michael B. Clark, Alex Turtletaub
From time to time people or birds explode in a song in Maine, but the soundtrack belongs above all to the wind. When the first words of dialogue are pronounced, almost 10 minutes are produced until the first words of the dialogue are pronounced, and they are much less interesting than the sensorial experience that surrounds the spectator.
Filmed in the Virginia Highlands section of the Appalachian Trail, and imparting a strong feeling that the filmmakers are mistreating him along with the characters, Maine casts a physical spell around his pair of hikers. The pull of its history, however, is less constant. On the other hand, when the characters are called Bluebird and Lake, just like the hikers in the middle of the Matthew Brown show, there is an allegorical distance suggestion, even in the midst of the essence of mud, blood, rations and mile survival per mile With its silent and penetrating emotion, the final moments of the film give the low profile drama a wave of much needed narrative force.