Leave No Trace


Army veteran Will lives with his teenage daughter Tom in the wilderness of an urban park in Portland, Oregon. They live off-grid and Will teaches Tom everything that she needs to learn. When their canvas home is discovered by the authorities, they are forced to leave the park and are re-housed in a community where they are expected to thrive. Having been away from society for so long however, how will the father-daughter team cope back in civilisation?

There will be a short annual report on the 2018 activities of Stockbridge Community Cinema at 7.30pm. All are welcome to attend and you will receive a voucher for  drink or ice cream if you attend by 7.30pm. The film will follow at approximately 8.00pm

Critics Views

“It’s a film that never overwhelms but it lingers, leaving its mark on the viewer.”
Screen International

“Granik films with subtlety and quiet grace, but Leave No Trace explodes in the mind.”
Village Voice

“Leave No Trace is a universal, unforgettable experience.”
The Playlist

Film Rating

 Critics 88% Audience 72%

Rotten Tomatoes
Top Critics positive review 100%  Top Critics average rating score 88% Audience liked it 84%

Stockbridge Audience: 87%

No. of responses:-
Excellent 45
Good 31
Average 5
Poor 1
Very Poor 0

Date: Friday 18 January 2019

Time: Approx 8.00pm  (follows the 2018 Annual Report at 7.30pm)

Length: 1hr 49mins

Genre: Drama

Director: Debra Granik

Writers: Screenplay: Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini (adapted from ‘My Abandonment’ by Peter Rock)

Starring: Thomasin McKenzie, Ben Foster, Jeffery Rifflard

Rating: PG
Mild injury detail, drug references

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