A father living in the forests of the Pacific Northwest with his six young kids tries to assimilate back into society.
|Release Date||:||July 2, 2016|
|Genres||:||Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Family, Romance|
|Production Company||:||Electric City Entertainment, ShivHans Pictures, Post Haste Digital|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Director||:||Matt Ross, Andy Spletzer|
|Casts||:||Viggo Mortensen, George MacKay, Samantha Isler, Annalise Basso, Nicholas Hamilton, Shree Crooks, Frank Langella, Kathryn Hahn, Missi Pyle, Steve Zahn, Erin Moriarty, Ann Dowd, Mike Miller, Richard Beal, Alan Humphreys, Elena Stecca, Charlie Shotwell, Trin Miller, Elijah Stevenson, Teddy Van Ee, Hannah Horton, Galen Osier, Thomas Brophy, Louis Hobson, Hafid Abdelmoula, Paul Alan Amend, Yolanda Aragon, Angela Francia, Cliff Gravel|
|Plot Keywords||:||suicide, socialism, food, survivalist, off the grid, non-registered home schooled, noam chomsky|
This movie had wonderful child actors and a great family story. Yes it is a unusual family but that is why I liked it. The story is believable. You will laugh and cry. A great story of a family that you will grow to love. You will like the scenery. It is thought provoking and shows all different aspects of family life. There is a small short scene of male frontal nudity but other then that it is fine. You will enjoy the full two hours of the movie. I think the child actors should be nominated for Oscars. They were very believable. It makes you think about the different ways we raise our kids. The dad may seem strange in his beliefs but that is why I liked the movie We are all different.