A River Runs Through It (1992)


This is the story of brothers Norman (Craig Sheffer) and Paul Maclean (Brad Pitt) and their Presbyterian-minister father (Tom Skerritt) who taught them reverence for nature through fly fishing.

Αυτή είναι η ιστορία των αδερφών Νόρμαν (Κρεγκ Σέφερ) και Πωλ Μακλήν (Μπραντ Πιτ) και του Πρεσβυτεριανού ιερέα πατέρα τους (Τομ Σκέριτ) που τους δίδαξε την ευλάβεια για την φύση μέσω του ψαρέματος της πέστροφας.

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Craid Sheffer, Brad Pitt, Tom Skerritt © 1992 Allied Filmmakers


Although the characters are very well interpreted by the actors, the star of the film is nature and the Blackfoot River specifically. With such powerful scenery, the sun-kissed river surrounded by lush green hills, it is no wonder the movie won an Oscar for cinematography. Introducing Joseph Gordon-Levitt as young Norman!

Υπάρχουν χαρακτήρες και πολύ καλά ερμηνευμένοι, αλλά η φύση πρωταγωνιστεί στην ταινία και μάλιστα ο ποταμός Blackfoot. Με τέτοιο ειδυλλιακό σκηνικό – τα νερά που στραφταλίζουν περιτριγυρισμένα από καταπράσινα δάση- φυσικό είναι η ταινία να κερδίσει Όσκαρ φωτογραφίας. Έκπληξη η ερμηνεία του Τζόζεφ Γκόρντον-Λέβιτ ως ο μικρός Νόρμαν!

Favorite Quote

For it is true, we can seldom help those closest to us. Either we don’t know what part of ourselves to give or, more often than not, the part we have to give is not wanted. And so it is those we live with and should know who elude us. But we can still love them. We can love completely without complete understanding.

-Rev. Maclean

Starring: Brad Pitt, Craig Sheffer, Tom Skerritt

Written by: Richard Friedenberg (script), Norman Maclean (book)

Directed by: Robert Redford


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