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La foresta di smeraldo

The emerald forest

Tommy is the son of Bill Markham, an American engineer who is working on the construction of a dam in Brazil. One day he disappears in the Amazonian forest. He is looked after and raised by a tribe of natives. After a ten years' search his father finally reaches him in the village where he lives. Tommy, by now an adult, refuses to go back to "civilization" and chooses to live in the forest for ever. Once Bill has understood the reason of his son's choice and the serious danger the dam represents for nature and tribes, he decides to destroy it.


Il regista / The Director

regista

John Boorman begins his career as a film critic for magazines and the radio. In 1955 he joins the BBC, where he works as a film editor and also shoot some documentaries. His debut as a director is in 1965 with the feature Having a Wild Weekend, which is not very successful. Then Boorman moves to Hollywood where he shoots his first important film Point Blank (1967) immediately followed by Hell in the Pacific (1968), both starring his friend Lee Marvin. The Seventies will definitely mark the style that makes him famous: the violence of the obscure in Deliverance (1972), the science fiction cult-movie Zardoz (1973), the horror of Exorcist II: The Eretic.




Produzione / Production

John Boorman

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Edizione 2002
Ecokids

FICTION
United States , 1985, 113'

DIRECTOR
John Boorman

TAGS:
Relationship Between Man And Nature Amazon Forest



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