The River Wild (1994) Poster


An exhausted Meryl Streep balked when director Curtis Hanson asked her to shoot one more scene before filming finished for the end of the day, however, she decided to attempt it. Swept off the raft, she was in real danger of drowning before she was rescued. Returning upriver, she told a pale and shaking Hanson that "in the future, when I say I can't do something, I think we should believe me." Hanson hastily agreed.
Meryl Streep did most of her own stunts.
Carrie Fisher was an uncredited script doctor on the film.
Sam Neill turned down the role of Tom Hartman.
The last of the three sign-language symbols written by the husband is the symbol for "I Love You."
Late Academy Award Winning Composer Maurice Jarre originally wrote the film's score, but due to poor test screenings for the film, the music was rejected and Jerry Goldsmith was brought in to re-score the film. A documentary on the late composer features him and Director Curtis Hanson during the recording sessions of the soundtrack.
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