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Fly with the Hawk (1985)

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A troubled teen is lost in the wilderness for a year.

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Peter Snook
Shelley Lynne Speigel
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A troubled teen is lost in the wilderness for a year.

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En film for hele familien. Fortalt med kærlighed, spænding og tårer. Oplev den![Denmark]

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not Lionel Shenken's finest hour (!!!)
25 October 2009 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Personally I'd rather be lost in the woods - it couldn't possibly be this boring in real life. After extensive debriefing by a friendly trapper dude, bullied-city-kid-on-the-lam Peter Snook walks, camps and lights a fire, then walks, camps and lights a fire again, for an entire winter, with nothing so much as an incident to show for it. When something finally does happen at the very end, though, it tips the production's hand. All those woodland survival skills, and all that gratuitously appropriated Indian iconography, was just a means to a normative end, so that the kid could trot on back to the civilization he left behind, redeemed by his new self-reliance, spared the slightest reckoning with the reform-school bullies and pigheaded administrators that inspired him to run away in the first place. This is bad ideology and bad dramatics, squandering every opportunity for conflict let alone insight; all life's problems are washed away by alternating beauty shots of trees and birds - exactly the kind of rampant longueurs that separate the wheat from the chaff in Emmeritus Productions' cockeyed universe. And just when you think they can't betray your trust an inch further, along comes the stupid twist ending.


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