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Various factions of the town mobilize to search for them and the town is turned upside down -- which might not be such a bad thing.
When Sam is surrounded by the scouts in Lightning Field, he says, "On this spot, I will fight no more, forever!
", which is from the Surrender Speech by Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce tribe. They made it within 40 miles before they were surrounded, and Chief Joseph made his speech.
In 1877, Chief Joseph attempted to lead his people on an 1100-mile journey to Canada to escape the U. See more » When Sam is alone in the canoe, the camera shows a closeup of his patches and the brooch that belonged to his deceased mother.
When the camera shows Sam's full body, his life jacket is completely covering all of those items.
See more » Saw this just now in a small indie cinema in Heidelberg, Germany and I have to say, it was a romp.
In my humble opinion this film manages to be both Wes Anderson's funniest picture so far and his most melancholic.
The utter uncompromising stylishness of his other work is also present here, perhaps even heightened, but in contrast to The Life Aquatic (and to a certain degree The Darjeeling Limited), the emphasis here is firmly on plot.
The brave and often odd visuals never overwhelm the story and the audience never feels like they are not quite in on the joke, like in The Life Aquatic.
The tone does tend to become a bit erratic, especially in the last third of the film when Anderson seems to want to pack so much into every frame that the film becomes a bit cartoonish at times (hence the not-perfect score from me).
All in all, though, the plot is very balanced and the pacing is great.
The two young leads are superb and the brave move by Anderson to place unknown actors front and centre pays off beautifully.