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High school grad. Conner Layne is about to marry his first love, but when wedding plans fail, he goes solo on his honeymoon to Central America, finding adventure with a ragtag group of foreigners who attempt to cross the Darien Gap in record time. Written by
I had the privilege of watching this film during the 2008 Film Festival in San Jose, California. This film was beautifully made and I truly enjoyed it. I thought the cast delivered great performances and the cinematography was absolutely spectacular! I loved the fact that this film was exclusively shot on location, so the audience could get a glimpse of each country they traveled to. The audience loved this adventure-comedy-romance story which also delivered some pretty funny scenes. I will say that it had a lot of unnecessary cursing. I thought it would have been just as funny without the excessive bad language. I got the impression that perhaps this was to show the dynamics of each character and how they all worked well together, despite how different they were from each other during the hike.
I'd like to add that at the arrival of my screening, they actually had to turn people away because the film was not only sold out, but had exceeded the max seating capacity of the theater. I learned that this had happened the night before as well. So, if you plan on seeing this film, get there early to guarantee a seat. *I ended up on the floor... and still loved it!
I enjoyed this so much and I highly recommend this film.
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