Cannes 2013: J.C. Chandor’s ‘All is Lost’ is Meticulous, Extraordinary

Posted May 23, 2013 by Rick in Movie News
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Lost at sea. This film is a work of art. Stunning in so many ways, and it couldn’t be simpler, but that’s why it’s so extraordinary. All is Lost, the second feature from Oscar nominated writer/director J.C. Chandor (of Margin Call previously), stars Robert Redford and only Redford as the sole captain of a sailboat that ends up lost at sea after being damaged in the Indian Ocean. There isn’t any dialogue, only a few lines from Redford throughout, and nothing but him trying to survive on a boat for 106 minutes. It’s grueling, thrilling, meticulous, inspiring and most importantly, moving. I can’t stop thinking about it and how wonderful it is. ›››
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