FFCC members on ‘Leave No Trace’

FFCC members on Debra Granik’s survivalist drama Leave No Trace.


Dan HudakPunch Drunk Movies

“Granik keeps the story simple and understated, and in doing so it remains realistic, truthful and honest from start to finish.”

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Hans MorgensternIndependent Ethos

“Though no one can accuse Winter’s Bone as being overly melodramatic, with her new movie Granik balances emotions and a kind of quiet internal pain of the characters for a more sophisticated drama with a light touch of sympathy that will move viewers to their core.”

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Ruben RosarioMiami Art Zine

Leave No Trace is a bittersweet coming-of-age tale that’s a little granola but also rendered with conviction, and anchored by two deeply affecting central performances. It never hits a false note.”

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John ThomasonPalm Beach ArtsPaper

“Granik writes and directs with a sublime poetry of economy. Much is implied by a line, a silence, an insert shot. This approach lends itself to performances of subtle internalization, and Foster and McKenzie are sensational vessels of unspoken suffering and self-actualization.”

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