Letters from the Big Man Movie Reviews
User reviews on Letters from the Big Man
This film will not appeal to a wide audience and only a small group of people will like it and appreciate it and I was one of those people who loved this film. This is an ambitious film that is warm and moving and I highly recommend seeing it in the theaters because it will affect you in a positive way. Lily Rabe gives an amazing performance and she definitely elevates the film, I sure hope I will see her much more after this film. I think the film was made well and it is an interesting way to get the point across, i really admire the director for taking a risk. Overall, you should see this film and find out if you are one of those special people who will love this film.
I am not sure if I liked this film or if I hated it, it is definitely not a film for everyone but I suggest seeing it in order to widen your perspective. This film is definitely very ambitious and in the same time it is warm-hearted, there are scenes that will make you say “Awe”. The film is definitely very slow-paced, I mean I like slow films but this one was a bit too slow for my taste. I absolutely loved the cinematography of the film, it was beautiful and bewildering. Overall, I would probably suggest seeing this film at home because I am not sure if it is worth the price of the ticket.
This is a drama about Sarah Smith, an artist and government hydrologist, who sets out to Wilderness of southwestern Oregon and meets a sasquatch man and becomes friends with him, the film is directed by Christopher Munch and stars Lily Rabe, Jason Butler Harner and Isaac C. Singleton Jr. I really liked this film and I highly recommend seeing it in the theaters. I realize that this film will not attract a wide audience but some people will find this film to be very important and interesting. I think that the director is very talented and was able to portray the mindset of the characters brilliantly. Overall, I loved this film and had a great time watching it, but it will not appeal to everyone.