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EAN-130757901585166   EAN-13 barcode 0757901585166
UPC-A757901585166   UPC-A barcode 757901585166
Product NameLetters From the Big Man
LanguageEnglish
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B00BQ364PA
Price New12.99 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Run Time104 minutes
CastIsaac C. Singleton Jr., Jason Butler Harner, Jim Cody Williams, Karen Black, Lily Rabe
GenreDocumentary
Run Time104 minutes
BindingDVD
FormatNTSC, Closed-captioned, Surround Sound, Widescreen
Published08/01/2012
Run Time104 minutes
Features
  • Acclaimed Sundance film
  • Includes 40-minute bonus documentary "Sasquatch and Us"
  • Includes deleted scenes
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Unlike any Bigfoot movie you have ever imagined, wrote Roger Ebert
Long DescriptionIn a stunning Oregon wilderness, Sarah Smith (Lily Rabe) embarks on a far-flung mission for the Forest Service. Before long, she senses being followed by a mysterious presence. As encounters with the "big man" (Isaac C. Singleton Jr.) become more frequent, a budding romance with a wilderness advocate (Jason Butler Harner) leads to surprising revelations about the government and sasquatch which force Sarah to take bold steps to protect his safety, and her own. Roger Ebert says: "Unlike any Bigfoot movie you have ever imagined." New York Times (CRITICS' PICK): "Pleasurably eccentric... the kind of off-Hollywood production that still makes Sundance surprising." Artforum: "A must-see.... I believed every minute of it." The New Yorker: "A remarkable film." Newcity Chicago: "Graceful, uncynical and transporting, 'Letters' is an original and a beauty." The Hollywood Reporter: "An evolved sasquatch rendered with earnestness and filmmaking skill... Original and affecting." Time Out New York: "See it." Village Voice: "Emotionally involving.... an authentic discovery." Film Comment: "Letters isn't a spoof, a horror movie or a new-age metaphor.... It's closer to a fairy tale that retains its hold on the adult imagination." Brooklyn Based: "A powerful meditation on the environment without the heavy handedness of a Greenpeace ad." The Oregonian: "A strange dance of love with a sasquatch, handled with just the right touch.... Well played by the entire cast, beautifully shot... delicate, haunting and sweet." Screen International: "Shot in the sprawling forests of southern Oregon... Munch explores both the scenery and the character's calm within it with sometimes mesmerising grace."
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