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All That You Love Will Be Carried Away (2004)

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A traveling frozen-food salesman checks into a motel to kill himself. Only his notebook, his traveling companion over the years, can save his life.

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A traveling frozen-food salesman checks into a motel to kill himself. Only his notebook, his traveling companion over the years, can save his life.

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Better Adaptation of King's Work than Most of Hollywood Could Boast.
30 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"All That You Love Will Be Carried Away" is a good adaptation of King's short-story from Everything's Eventual (Which also happens to be my favorite of his). It's a good adaptation, but not a great one. It's no cinematic masterpiece by any means, but is, instead, an enjoyable short student-film. And, at any rate, it's a better adaptation of King's writing than most big-budget Hollywood Productions can boast (namely Needful Things and The Running Man).

The production quality was decent, but nothing special. This can be said for almost the entire film. The lead actor did a good job, a very good job, but not a great job. The director, too, did good, but fell short of real greatness.

The fact that this was a low-budget movie, I think, actually helped it. It added more to the feel of the movie, of the cheapness of the hotel and a thousand nameless bathrooms along the road. This movie did a good job in turning the main character's thoughts into voice, so as to share it with the rest of us.

The only real disappointing part was that it didn't snow. This was the main cause of the story's feeling of loneliness and desolation. Granted, I doubt that this low-funded of a production could have generated realistic snow, nor change the weather, but it does affect the feel of the movie when, instead of a dark winter's night, we have a sunny and chipper spring-time afternoon. That, plus a few other factors, lowered its rating.

Still, this is a great student-made film, and one of the better adaptations of Stephen King's writing. I would definitely recommend it to any fan of King's writing, anybody who has a liking for short,low-budget or student made films, or just anybody with a handful of minutes to spare on this movie.


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