January 1st, 2016. The only true wide release next week is The Forest, which will have to deal with competition from The Revenant, as well as Star Wars: The Force Awakens. However, it is the only true wide release of the week, so it is the only real choice for the target film in this week’s Box Office Prediction contest.
The Forest (2016) Then again, when the dialogue is that of The Forest, Dormer’s leading debut in the movies and the first American wide release of 2016, it’s all too easy to wish for any kind of scenario that would lead to us not having to hear it. It’s a perplexingly racist serving of hot, steaming Orientalism,
After Sarah discovers her twin sister has disappeared into the suicide forest, she travels to Japan in hopes of finding her, after getting some help from a guy she’s met, of which had clearance to take her into said forest, things take a turn for the worse as strange occurrences befall Sarah, as well as the others, turning more, and more sinister, and even deadly.
This year’s alternative is “The Forest,” a low-budget ghost story that gives “Game of Thrones” actress Natalie Dormer an opportunity to carry her own film.
The Forest, which is set in the Aokigahara forest at the base of Mt. Fuji, tells the story of a young American woman who goes in search of her twin sister, who has mysteriously disappeared
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The girl retreats into a fantasy world, finding solace in the forest with a strange wild boy. The teacher struggles to bring her back, whilst at the same time himself questioning the world of reality.
Jan 08, 2016 · The Forest ends up feeling like an extended journey to a predestined shrug of a conclusion.
The Forest (2016) Where to Watch Online When her twin sister disappears in Japan, a young American named Sara (Natalie Dormer) becomes determined to find out what happened to her.
Into the Forest is a 2015 Canadian drama film written and directed by Patricia Rozema. The film is based on the book written by Jean Hegland published in 1996. The film stars Ellen Page , Evan Rachel Wood , Max Minghella , Callum Keith Rennie , Michael Eklund , and Wendy Crewson .