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All is Lost: The Actor - Robert Redford (2014)

Profiles Redford, with interviews

Director:

Victor Quinaz

Writer:

Robert Redfeather (words)
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J.C. Chandor ... Self
Neal Dodson ... Self
Anna Gerb ... Self
John P. Goldsmith ... Self
Robert Redford ... Self
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1 August 2020 | by rob602See all my reviews

Here is the thing about this movie. If you have any knowledge of sailing you need to push it to the side if you want to enjoy this because I'm pretty sure they didn't even consult anyone with a paper boat. Every technical aspect of sailing is wrong. Every tiny detail of sailing is wrong. The entire film is asinine. That being said its . If you ignore the stupidity kind of entertaining. Redford is a master. He can even pull off this stupidity. Barely. If it werent for him this film would rate a 0.0 To be honest whomever directed this should be shot and burried next to whomever wrote it. There was zero no less than zero learning how a sailboat works. Its a shame that people should be allowed to get away with this kind of mockery. Shame on you jerks


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11 February 2014 (USA) See more »

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