3.Guys On Tracks

All The Real Girls

Dir: David Gordon Green

DoP: Tim Orr

Year: 2003

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2 thoughts on “All The Real Girls

  1. The first time I saw All The Real Girls was an absolute revelation to me.

    Green obviously takes after Malick in a lot of senses, he is almost as concerned with the surroundings as he is with the characters. There is a lot of nice compare and contrast between the natural world and the industrial world, which seems to be in decay in this film.

    The film has a really peacefull Autumnal feel to it, and it has that kind of Magic Hour look to it. My favourite scene is probably the the very last one, in the river and I love all of the kin of non sequitor shots (two legged dogs, overgrown cars, rusting factories)

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