Wind River ein Film von Taylor Sheridan mit Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen. Inhaltsangabe: Der Fährtenleser und Jäger Cory Lambert (Jeremy Renner). Der Film hält voll was er verspricht aufgrund der Darsteller. Auch die Nebendarsteller bringens voll auf den Punkt. Besonders der Vater des Opfers. Im US-Thriller Wind River heften sich Jeremy Renner und Elizabeth Olsen an die Fersen eines Killers, der in der Wildnis ein Mädchen ermordet hat.
Wind River (2017)Wind River - der Film - Inhalt, Bilder, Kritik, Trailer, Kinostart-Termine und Bewertung | dirtyoldlondon.com Der Film hält voll was er verspricht aufgrund der Darsteller. Auch die Nebendarsteller bringens voll auf den Punkt. Besonders der Vater des Opfers. Wind River ist ein Thriller von Taylor Sheridan, der am Januar im Rahmen des Sundance Film Festivals.
Film Wind River Česko-Slovenská filmová databáze VideoWIND RIVER - A Hollywood Action Movie By Jeremy Renner Das sagen die Dr Sleep zu Wind River. Kelsey Chow spielt Natalie Hanson. Bereits im Mai wurde der Film im Rahmen der Internationalen Filmfestspiele von Cannes in der Sektion Un Certain Regard gezeigt, wo Sheridan mit dem Regiepreis Prix de la mise-en-scene ausgezeichnet wurde.
Having said that, let's move on to the narrative, shall we? I should start off by saying that I thought that this was a very good movie.
I really did. Cory, a tracker with the Fish and Wildlife Service, helps a novice FBI agent, Jane, uncover the truth about the death of a teenage girl and the circumstances surrounding it.
Cory knows the girl, as she was her daughter's best friend. His daughter also died some years ago.
So he's got a stake in finding out who's behind this. Not only does it help bring some closure to Natalie's family, whom he's friends with, but it might bring him some form of closure for his own daughter's death, even if the person responsible for Natalie's death may not be the same one for his daughter's death.
The tone of the movie is definitely very melancholic, full of sorrow and grief. It makes sense, since this community is tight-knit and, in a way, it's like Cory is losing his daughter all over again.
So I liked that part of it, just exploring the nature of grief and loss and how to deal with it. Cory says something that I found interesting, he says that Natalie's father, Martin, needs to face the pain or else he'll pretty much erase every memory of her.
Her first steps, her last smile, etc. And that's interesting, because it's definitely got a lot of truth behind it. It's never gonna get easier, you just learn to live with it.
Cory is still going through that process of learning to deal with it and facing the pain head-on. The problem, though, that I have with the flick is that it really plays out like a police procedural for the most part.
Follow this lead, which leads you to this guy, who gives you another lead to follow up and so on and so forth. And, for such a personal story, that's an impersonal way to tell it.
I suppose it's not, given the fact that Cory isn't helping Jane in order to bring the assailant s to justice, he's doing this so he can kill the guy responsible, or aid in this guy's death somehow.
The dynamic is interesting in that Jane, while obviously having good intentions, sort of step on everyone's toes during the investigation.
She's also a little slow to put some of the puzzle pieces together. But, again, her intentions are to be helpful and bring the people responsible to justice.
As far as character development is concerned, however, Cory is more interesting. Jane has a great moment near the end, when Cory tells her that she's stronger than she realizes, because she survived the harsh environments, regardless of what they threw at her.
But, again, I had some problems with the way the story was told and, if I'm being honest, I felt that the climax itself was a little clumsy.
What I mean by that is that it just sort of comes out of nowhere. There comes a point where Jane, Ben Tribal Police chief and some deputies go to this drill site.
There they show a flashback of what really happened, before there's a shootout between the two sides. I felt that this was a little bit rushed, honestly.
Like they just introduced the villain s , before they almost immediately killed all of them off. Now, these people are certainly very detestable, to be sure, but I felt that the movie could have gotten a bit more mileage out of this.
Like maybe they go to the drill site, confront the workers and then are forced to leave. You let things simmer before, eventually, they blow over.
But that's not what they do, they just force in a shootout when you least expect it simply because the movie has no more time left.
And that's what I meant when I said that the climax was a little clumsy in execution. Another problem with this is the fact that the lead villain, or the one most responsible for what happened, is not particularly effective.
You certainly come to hate him for his actions, but what I mean when I say he's not effective is that the actor playing this character, James Jordan, honestly isn't that good.
Which is a shame, because Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen are fantastic here and the supporting cast is also top-notch.
But this guy, he sticks out like a sore thumb with his Maybe he's good at other types of roles, but he absolutely sucked here.
Perhaps suck is a strong word, but he sucked in comparison to the rest of the cast. He was just wildly inconsistent.
The film is beautifully shot and there's a certain lonely feel to the setting, which is by design. This place isn't meant to be welcoming and they do capture that feeling very well.
While I don't think that this was a great movie as others thought, it was still very good. But, again, the most important thing about this movie isn't whether or not it's good, it's that it forces people to face a truth that they might not have even known about.
It's a movie that, one hopes, will bring about some change and some of these Native women and their families will get the justice that they deserve.
I'd recommend it, but don't come in expecting a classic. Jesse O Super Reviewer. Apr 29, Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen star in the intense crime thriller Wind River.
When a girl is found raped and murdered on an Indian reservation an FBI agent is called in and teams up with a wildlife officer to track down the killer.
Both Renner and Olsen give incredibly strong performances, and director Taylor Sheridan does an impressive job at creating an atmospheric tone. The writing too is well-done, creating a dramatic and compelling murder mystery.
Provocative and full of intrigue, Wind River is a remarkably engaging film. Dann M Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews.
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Elizabeth Olsen Through the Years. Edit Storyline East of Boulder Flats, deep into the vast and unforgiving white territory of the Wind River Indian Reservation, the seasoned game tracker, Cory Lambert, discovers the frozen body of the young Native American, Natalie.
Taglines: Nothing is harder to track than the truth. Edit Did You Know? Trivia The film is based on actual events.
Goofs During the stand-off scene, the patch on the BIA officer's jacket reads "Bureau of Indigenous Affairs" rather than "Bureau of Indian Affairs" like it should.
Quotes [ first lines ] Natalie : [ narrating ] There is a meadow in my perfect world. Where wind dances the branches of the tree, casting leopards spots of light across the face of pond.
The tree stands tall, and grand, and alone, shading the world beneath it. Natalie : [ girl running frantically ] It's here, in the cradle of all I hold dear.
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Haunted by his past, Cory spares no time or resource trying to solve this mystery in hopes of it solving his internal struggle.
During a winter season in Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, expert tracker and U. Fish and Wildlife Service agent Cory Lambert discovers the frozen body of year-old Natalie Hanson who was barefoot, without proper winter attire, miles from any building, and had a blood-stained groin.
FBI special agent Jane Banner arrives to investigate a possible homicide. The next day, Jane learns from Natalie's father, Martin, that his daughter was dating a new boyfriend, but he does not know the man's name or whereabouts.
The autopsy shows blunt trauma and sexual violence and confirms Cory's deduction that the girl died from exposure, specifically pulmonary hemorrhage caused by rapid inhalation of sub-zero air.
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