Wild Films

A film that I consider “wild” in my eyes was “A Quiet Place”. This film was released in 2018 and directed by John Krasinski. John Krasinski (Lee Abbott) and Emily Blunt (Evelyn Abbott) were the main cast in this film portraying the role of being parents to three children. Traumatic and communication were one of the main ways to describe the theme of this film. This film starts out by the Abbott family inside of a gas station trying to escape quietly but they must walk through the forest to get home, which is on a farm, any slight of sound can cause them their lives by the strange blind creatures around that hunt by sound. Lee and Evelyn try to provide food and shelter to their little kids, as well as trying to figure out how to fight back against these odd creatures that has already hunted most of the human population. I think this film is wild because it is super unique, there are no words being spoken by the cast hence they can’t talk, or they will be hunted down by the creatures. Also, I found it wild because it was out in the forest with wild creatures, and the family living on a farm.

One specific scene that sticks out was towards the end of the film, it could have been a post credit scene for the next film “A Quiet Place 2″, but they decided to add it towards the end of this film. In this scene, the mom (Evelyn) was walking down the wooden stairs with her daughter and stepped on a nail that was sticking out of the plywood, but she couldn’t scream or say anything knowing that she would get hunted by the creatures if she did that. This scene sticks out because as painful as that looked and sounds, she didn’t scream her daughter helped her get the bandage, but then her little daughter dropped something on the wooden floor. Next, all you see from their house cameras are all the creatures are running towards their house to hunt then and this is where the film ends. So, they must learn how to survive with a vast majority of wild creatures running towards their home. 

Niraj Patel


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2 Responses to Wild Films

  1. sdw2623

    I like how you talk about wild in the sense of a wild creature. I think the summarization of the film could be decreased but overall the response is good.

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