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Based on a true story. After graduating from Emory University, Christopher McCandless abandoned his possessions, gave his entire savings account to charity, and hitchhiked to Alaska to live in the wilderness. Along the way, Christopher encounters a series of characters who shape his life.Written by
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When Chris is leaving Atlanta to drive West, his Nissan is driving Eastbound on the Freedom Parkway. Furthermore, the Parkway was a dead end and remained incomplete until after the city was awarded the 1996 Olympics in the Fall of 1990, which was after the story took place. The Parkway as it is seen in the film didn't exist at the time of which the story took place. See more »
Written by Gordon Peterson
Performed by Eddie Vedder & Corin Tucker
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missing the point...
I'm finding it hard to see why this film has taken such a tongue lashing (or keyboard lashing) by some people...
mostly it is said that the main character is selfish and self indulgent, and that this film builds him up to be some kind of hero..
but I think that's missing the point...
through-out I was thinking about how, on one hand it was admirable that he wanted to break from the materialistic, money grabbing oppressive shackles placed on us by modern society, but on the other, how he had gone about it in such an irresponsible, hurtful and self-righteous way...
the way he abandoned his parents and loving sister without a phone call note or explanation, and from the people he met along the way, like the kind old man and young romance, especially compounded this...
and ultimately he realised this at the end by scribbling into a book, "happiness only real when shared" surely that is the lesson here! that his selfish, hurtful adolescent behaviour was wrong, and he ultimately paid a terrible cost.
So ignore that haters...they are looking at this story the wrong way! Very much worth an open minded viewing!
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