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Austin 5 years ago
A subversive adventure film that's both sincere and self-aware.
mariia almost 2 years ago
Davide MrBlonde over 2 years ago
SS 3 years ago
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Matthew Bettencourt over 5 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff almost 6 years ago
Aaron 6 years ago
Matteo Satta 6 years ago
ROSS EME GE over 6 years ago
Diane Moolhuijsen over 6 years ago
Michael Morris over 6 years ago
Lukas Scholler almost 7 years ago
Peter Gray almost 7 years ago
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El hombre ilusorio over 7 years ago
The Straight Story is a 1999 film directed by David Lynch. The film was edited and produced by Mary Sweeney, Lynch's longtime partner and co-worker. She co-wrote the script with John E. Roach. The Straight Story is based on the true story of Alvin Straight's journey across Iowa and Wisconsin on a lawnmower. Alvin, (played by Richard Farnsworth) is an elderly World War II veteran who lives with his daughter Rose (Sissy Spacek), a kind woman with a mental disability. When he hears that his estranged brother Lyle (Harry Dean Stanton) has suffered a stroke, Alvin makes up his mind to go visit him and hopefully make amends before he dies. But because Alvin's legs and eyes are too impaired for him to receive a driving license, he hitches a trailer to his recently purchased thirty year-old John Deere 110 Lawn tractor and sets off on the 240-mile journey from Laurens, Iowa to Mount Zion, Wisconsin. The film follows the story of Alvin's six-week journey across rural America, the people he...
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