Aug 31, 2009 Uncategorized
Andrew “Large” Large man (Zach Braff) is a moderately successful actor in Los Angeles. He earned his living as a waiter in a Vietnamese restaurant. Large has suffered since early childhood anxiety and swallowing so colorful lithium pills. Most of his youth, he has spent in a boarding school and broken off contact with his family after graduation. One day his father died in a message on the answering machine: Larges mother. Reluctantly, he returns to the place of his childhood. Back in his native New Jersey, he meets his old buddy Mark (Peter Sarsgaard) who works as a gravedigger, and like all old friends, increased drug use and has a penchant for erotic parties. Since Large has sold his medication and suffers severe headaches, he goes to a doctor’s waiting room and get to know the beautiful and fascinating Sam (Natalie Portmann). The two immediately combines a deep trust. Large common days later it becomes clear that he has agreed to Sam in his heart and falls in love with her. The day of his departure is coming closer and large has to decide …
Garden State is far more than an intelligent and thrilling love story. It’s a comedy about life, full of funny moments and bizarre situations. But the two main actors Zach Braff and Natalie Portmann, in their interaction incredibly gracious and grand. Large and rather than shy and introverted, lost son, Sam as a jovial and hopeful teenager with a big heart. The two complement each other perfectly and give off a pair between adolescence and adulthood. Also, all supporting roles are filled with a lot of attention to what the film is positive remarks. The ensemble just fits. The movie is funny in a pleasing way, and makes fun of anything or anyone here. The story focuses on the many original characters and acts who never clichéd or placed. In the end, everyone just needs to find himself.
For the first 28-year-old Zach Braff Garden State is the debut as a screenwriter and director. He describes the film as The Graduate for the younger generation. The allusion to director Mike Nichols is not so far-fetched. Zach Braff has a huge potential, brilliant ideas and reach the people in a new way, despite a modest budget and only 25 days of shooting Garden State is a little masterpiece. A film for all ages, the one must not miss.
Title: Garden State Country of production: USA Year of production: 2004 Length: 109 (Min) of material: ( #) Buena VistaRelated posts