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Prince Avalanche

Directed by David Gordon Green
United States, 2013
Comedy, Drama


Alvin and Lance spend the summer of 1988 in a deserted, fire-damaged forest, with the monotonous task to repaint the markings on a country road. The isolated landscape becomes a place of misadventure as the men find themselves at odds with each other and the women they left behind.

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Prince Avalanche Directed by David Gordon Green
David Gordon Green somehow brings together the poetic sensibility of his independent art movies (e.g., George Washington, Undertow) and the humorous lowbrow non sequiturs of his studio comedies (Pineapple Express,The Sitter); the results are one of a kind and often weirdly moving.
August 17, 2013
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Green is finding his equilibrium, the right ratio of levity and tragedy. It’s not a throwback, but evidence of a new sensibility.
August 09, 2013
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The simple, non-sequitur-laden dialogue at first has a terse naturalism, but then begins to assume a more absurdist quality… As the movie goes from Hemingway to Beckett, Alvin and Lance go from feeling like two distinct, bickering characters to something more elemental, like two sides of the same self – an adult male meeting his younger self, perhaps.
August 09, 2013
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