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387. Leave No Trace; movie review

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Cert PG
109 mins
BBFC advice: Contains mild injury detail, drug references

A regular everyfilm follower commented on Twitter that there are only two films he would recommend from last month's (rather long) missing movies list.
So far, the Hindi picture Mulk has eluded me, but I have made strenuous efforts to track down Leave No Trace.
And Mrs W and I can see why he highly commended it. Debra Granik's movie offers the spark of originality which has been so badly lacking at the cinema in 2018.
It is fundamentally a two-hander, demanding intense performances from the ever-reliable Ben Foster and newcomer Thomasin McKenzie.
They play an army veteran and his daughter who literally live in the woods where he home educates her.
However, it is clear from the start that Foster's character is bedevilled by paranoia to the point that he insists on army-style drills to prepare for the event that they are discovered.
Nevertheless, his daughter seems well adjusted and when they do meet outsiders she defends their unconventional lifestyle without prompting.
This does not satisfy the authorities and they believe she needs to be brought into the mainstream for her own protection.
Leave No Trace prompts myriad questions about how society dictates what is best for us.
While it is true that Foster's character is disturbed, his love for his daughter is without question and he believes he has her best interests at heart.
However, convention dictates that he has to send her to school, live in a home with four walls and undertake paid work.
Our conditioning favours what is normal in the 21st century western society and yet he would not be doing anything out of the ordinary if he were living in a tribe in the third world.
Interestingly, he is initially backed by his daughter but her head is turned by the potential of interaction with others.
Granik's film isn't a classic but the quality of its acting and writing mean that it does grab and it also shows off the beauty of the American wilderness.

Reasons to watch: Thought-provoking, well-acted drama
Reasons to avoid: Light on action

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 7.5/10

Director quote - Debra Granik: "I like both the protagonists and I liked that he had a very complex psychiatric inner life. She was so observant, and such a precise person. The ingredients of the book felt as if they’d be very ripe for adaptation."

The big question - When did we become so nannied?

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