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production had to move to southern tip of South America in Argentina. Contains no spoilers!

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The spectacular scenery of Albertas Bow Valley can become an extreme location in winter. Another added difficulty for
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this project was the will of the film director to shoot only in natural light. Days are short during the winter season, and travelling colours in Iran
to the distant sets took so much time, that the team had only a couple of hours a day for filming.
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Irritu commented that this is an incredible landscape, but the worst place for a producer to shoot a film.
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Now we move to the Kootenai Falls near Libby in Montana, USA. The dramatic sequence filmed here took ten days to
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Olivia river near Ushuaia (Tierra


Argentina) was the unplanned final set to end such an arduous and challenging production. Film director A.G.
he will never again make another movie like this, because I am a crazy man, but not stupid.

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Great, great film. I can definitely see the extents taken to film. We live very near Libby Montana. It is beautiful there. Thank you for all efforts to
film this movie.
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15 Don Collins said...

Waiting to see this movie,looks like it's finally going to happen today. I am very,very excited,wish Hollywood would make more like this they're
AWESOME.
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Anonymous said...

Having just been in a scene of the upcoming film Sully, nice warm, controlled environment, and seeing how hard everyone works, and now just
having seen this film, I am in awe of everyone who worked on these shoots.
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Alex Ferrero said...

Great landscapes, the most interesting thing about the movie. I love Ushuaia!
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Unknown said...

One of the most amazing, gritty films I've ever seen. Magnificent!
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Maureen said...

Amazing gods Beauty all around the world!!! And My 2 Favorite Men Leonardo DiCaprio(my#1) and Tom Hardy

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Hugh said...

Kananaskis Country is a Provincial Park, not part of a National Park. The pictures are great but some picture titles and locations are wrong. Mt
Isabel is nowhere near Spray Lake Road which comes out at Canmore which is 30 minutes drive east of trail head to Mt Ishbel, which is approx
10 km NW of Banff.
Picture labelled Dead Man's Flat which is just east of Canmore (which is 1 hr west of Calgary) is most probably near Drumheller Badlands
(which is about 2 hrs NE of Calgary).

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Ra Moon said...

Thanks a lot for your comment, Hugh.


About the Badlands, the previous caption already says "this screenshot and pictured below, the Badlands of Drumheller". Sorry, I know that it
may be confusing...

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Anonymous said...

Great movie
But in real life it took place in South dakota and nebraska

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Unknown said...

One of best films seen in a v long time lot of rubbish out these days
Tom hardy is brilliant

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Dana C. said...

Unbelievable film. Landscape and acting was incredible. Absolutely the best film I've ever seen.

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Unknown said...

Fantastic movie. Put yourself there & you'll enjoy it even more.
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Anonymous said...

A powerful movie but dialogue was very hard to understand.Acting was brilliant but way to much profanity. Totally unnecessary for this film.
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Awesome movie and first I've seen where Leonardo carries the film well. Although he does so here by mumbling most of his dialogue. Was this
acting? Still a riveting film.

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Incredible acting, Leo doesn't have to speak, he can tell a storybwith his facial expressions, especially the one at the end. Man literally looked
like he went through hell
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15 Cedelia said...

I just had the incredible experience if watching this movie, I went right there with him, could smell the trees, feel the blood pouring, find the will to
stand again ..took my breathe way.
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Anonymous said...

I too found it hard to understand some of the dialogue. Felt I was missing a lot in some areas, especially when speaking with his son. Why didn't
they cook the buffalo meat as long as there were 3 fires blazing....

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Anonymous said...

Loved the movie, saw it twice, loved the feeling that you were there in the experience, falling off the cliff, being attacked by the bear, the wide
angle lens that didn't cut scenes too much trying to get human perspective, as if it was live and real, the fog and blood on the camera lens, the
sounds of the forest, wind, and snow, the pain, hunger, etc., the fact that the actors were put in the real harsh environments, acting was
phenomenal, Leo's best film yet. Also, the dissonant music going on and off throughout the movie, the bear scene without any music, pure raw
bear maul.

Ome thing that I want to comment on was the language critic above. I get it, but most of those guys talked like that back then, couldn't
understand them, cursing, but that didn't bother me knowing the culture at that time. I actually liked that Leo and others didn't talk as much. A
movie doesn't have to have too much talking to be a great movie, just as long as you know the story.

One of my favorite man movies now.

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Aj said...

Amazing brilliant!!! Decaprio deserves an Oscar for this one. Hopefully the academy will do him right this time! I was so caught up in the movie I
had my hoody on and over my head. I felt like I was there freezing and HELLOOOO, I am in Hawaii. Superior!!!!

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Anonymous said...

A great movie from yet again an amazing talented actor!! Loved ever minute of this!!

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Anonymous said...

Wonderful movie to watch, Leonardo DeCarlo was excellent! Scenery out of this world, some brutal parts, Leonardo deserves to win an
Academy Award for this unique movie!!!!

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Capnip6 said...

Beautiful scenic views. The movie was awesome. Hopefully there will be lots of Oscars won for this win. Go get em Leo!

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Unknown said...

Excellent movie!!! Nature's backdrop was breathtakingly gorgeous!!!


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ShowcaseMiami Realty said...

Oscar for best cinematography. Hands down!


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cancan said...

This film is truly brilliant, awe inspiring, beautiful and most of all teaches us the will to survive.

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Leonardo was amazing. this is award wining material. loved it, would definitely see it again
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TAS said...

I liked how Glass returned to the woods after barely escaping them. His tenacity is the truest definition of bad-ass. I never was bored for a
moment during this incredible film. The scenery was my favorite part. Kudos to the director for going to these great lengths to film. Legendary!
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Kat said...

3.1K Wonderful film, wonderful performances, being from hot Australia, the scenery blew my mind, I felt for Leo crawling around a lot of the movie on
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his belly, it must have been hell. The makeup was incrediable, his flesh tears looked so real. Congrats to all concerned, great movie and
congrats Leo, well deserved BAFTA and probably overdue if you do end up taking home the OSCAR

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F***ing may not have even been part of English language in that time period. Agreed. Unnecessary language.
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