He donates nearly all of his savings to and sets out on a cross-country drive in his to experience life in the wilderness. Perlu diketahui, film-film yang terdapat pada web ini didapatkan dari web pencarian di internet. The ultimate inability to truly know another person is thus at the heart of Into the Wild. After graduating from Emory University, Christopher McCandless abandoned his possessions, gave his entire savings account to charity, and hitchhiked to Alaska to live in the wilderness. The film is based on a true story.
The Alaska scenes depicting the area around the abandoned bus on the were filmed 50 miles 80 km south of where McCandless actually died, in the tiny town of. For Krakauer, at least, the risk in his activities brought him to a point of meditation—because he is often only one mistake away from death, he has to focus utterly, and this allows him to escape from those problems that would otherwise eat away at him. It is a beautifully written story told with empathy and compassion. He is forced to leave after Westerberg is arrested for satellite piracy. Language Strong, but not incessant. Christopher McCandless Emile Hirsch , son of wealthy parents Marcia Gay Harden, William Hurt , graduates from Emory University as a top student and athlete.
Archived from on June 8, 2008. As his supplies begin to run out, he realizes that nature is also harsh and uncaring. The film stars as McCandless, and and as his parents, and features , , , , and. In December 1991, McCandless arrives at , in the , and encounters Jan and Rainey again. Unable to hitch a ride, he travels on freight trains to.
Yet this level of freedom requires total isolation, for to be with others means to have obligations to them. At first, McCandless is content with the isolation, the beauty of nature around him, and the thrill of living off the land. In a desperate act, McCandless is forced to gather and eat roots and plants. Based on a true story. McCandless concludes that true happiness can only be found when shared with others, and he seeks to return from the wild to his friends and family. Vier Monate später findet man seine Leiche. The tragic nature of his death might be too heavy a theme for younger kids, but teens -- some of whom may read the best-seller on which the film is based in school -- could be drawn to the story of a young man who seeks beauty and truth.
He writes a farewell to the world and crawls into his sleeping bag to die. Two years earlier, in May 1990, McCandless graduates with high honors from. There are disturbing images of Chris' emaciated body toward the end of the film. Mit 20 Jahren stehen dem herausragenden Sportler und Studenten Christopher McCandless Emile Hirsch alle Türen weit offen. Noting Chris' unpreparedness, the stranger who drops him off lends him a pair of boots.
McCandless's ultimate freedom is thus limited in scope, for on any larger scale it would be dangerous and potentially disastrous. He refuses to keep in touch with them after his departure, causing his parents to become increasingly anxious and eventually desperate. Four months later, at the abandoned bus, life for McCandless becomes harder, and he begins to make poor decisions. After graduating from Emory University, Christopher McCandless abandoned his possessions, gave his entire savings account to charity, and hitchhiked to Alaska to live in the wilderness. It's the story of a person who went in search of himself after an upbringing full of struggles and hardships.
McCandless sees the wilderness as a purer state, a place free of the evils of modern society, where someone like him can find out what he is really made of, live by his own rules, and be completely free. Valuing Principles over People One of the primary qualities McCandless constantly exhibited, which in turn led many to respect him, was his adherence to principles. The film appeared on many critics' top ten lists of the best films of 2007. Along the way, Christopher encounters a series of characters that shape his life. Although this decision is based on a sense of morality, it in fact causes McCandless to hurt those who care about him. He carries a hunting rifle during many of the Alaska-set scenes. Archived from on December 15, 2007.
After the holidays, McCandless decides to continue heading for Alaska. He follows McCandless's trails, reads his journals, even reads the articles he wrote for the student paper at Emory. The score was written and performed by and. In just a few hours, the situation will become a nightmare. There, he also meets Tracy Tatro, a teenage girl who shows interest in McCandless, but he rejects her because she is underage. The story of McCandless is the story of a person who was both bold and brave, but at the same time greatly flawed.
Instead, he lives by his anti-materialism completely, giving away all of his life savings to charity, only making the bare minimum of money that he needs to survive, and keeping as few possessions as he possibly can. McCandless then travels on the and, though told by park rangers that he may not kayak down the river without a license, ignores their warnings and paddles downriver until he eventually arrives in Mexico. A brief drive-through scene in a nudist camp; when Chris has lunch with a cheerful Danish couple, the woman goes bare-breasted for most of the scene. Chris McCandless is shown to be a very compassionate person, who is unwilling to ignore the fact that so many people are starving or hungry around him, and feels a personal responsibility to help them. Both Krakauer and McCandless are highly ambitious, and have highly ambitious fathers. However, he finds that the stream he had crossed during the winter has become wide, deep, and violent due to the snow thaw, and he is unable to cross. Throughout his whole life he finds authority particularly oppressive, especially when exercised by anyone who he feels only has such power over him for arbitrary reasons.