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(495) 7.5 93 min 2017

Far from the Tree is a movie starring Amy Allnutt, Jack Allnutt, and Harry Burdick. Based on the NY Times bestselling book by Andrew Solomon, Far from the Tree examines the experiences of families in which parents and children are...

Starring
Harry Burdick, Jack Allnutt, Emily Perl Kingsley, Amy Allnutt
Genres
Documentary
Director
Jamila Ephron, Rachel Dretzin

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Jamila Ephron, Rachel Dretzin
Stars Harry Burdick, Jack Allnutt, Emily Perl Kingsley, Amy Allnutt
Country USA
Also Known As Far From the Tree, Longe da árvore, いろとりどりの親子
Runtime 1H 33M
Description Based on the NY Times bestselling book by Andrew Solomon, Far from the Tree examines the experiences of families in which parents and children are profoundly different from one another in a variety of ways.

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Tuesday, 14 Apr 2020 08:56

There is a reason that this documentary is called "Beyond the Tree". The filmmakers have carefully picked out the highlights of the people's lives and woven them into a unified story. This story is about their journey from the tree of life to the tree of death. Through interviews with the families of the children, the filmmakers convey the loneliness and isolation of the children, their desire to leave the place they were born, and their struggle to find a way to a place where they can be happy. The film is well-filmed and includes a lot of fantastic footage, especially the family of one of the children, who narrates the story in his own words. The film is full of wonderful moments, but it does have a few weak points. The film does not provide a lot of information on the children's past, except that they lived in a monastery. This could have been a good source of information, but it is also used to create a sense of "otherness" of the children. Another weak point is the way the children are interviewed. The interviews are very awkward and the subjects seem more like actors than people. This is a shame, because the interviews are quite interesting, but they are not that well-done. Overall, the film is a great resource for people who want to learn more about the people who were affected by the fire and who lost their children. The film shows the families' grief, their feelings, their hopes, and their struggles, and the story is told in a way that is compelling and heartfelt. I strongly recommend it.


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