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This dramatic film takes after Will, a previous soldier took an interest in Iraq War, and his daughter, Tom. They live respectively a peaceful life inside a remote park out of Portland, Oregon. Their life turns seriously when they are dazzled by a cop driving them to partake in social services.
Debra Granik directs with a touch that's as gentle on the audience as bees are to Tom. There is not a move, cut, sound, or deliberate stretch of silence that in some way doesn't advance and inform the plot.
[Thomasin McKenzie] is a massive find. There is such wisdom in her presence...You can feel her seeing everything and taking it all in. There's such a naturalism to the way she responds in every single situation.
Like "Winter's Bone," "Leave No Trace" doesn't unfold with a typical Hollywood-type narrative. Instead of the dramatic highs and lows, it proceeds in a stately, evenly paced manner that smacks of authentic life.