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10cf746e54 Writer-director J.C. Hit the jump for my review of All Is Lost on Blu-ray. The Preparing For the Storm featurette is the best-structured of the extras, featuring segments that focus on storyboarding, visual effects and pre-production. In addition, a Ultraviolet copy can be redeemed as part of this package. It turns out that the man, a solo sailor aboard a large and well appointed yacht in the middle of the Indian Ocean, had collided with an abandoned shipping container in the middle of the night. Like the dearth of information on Our Man, 'All is Lost' is equally (some might say mercifully) light on his backstory, including the circumstances that find him "1700 nautical miles from the Sumatra Straits" on a sailboat with a hole in its side, after colliding with an errant shipping container full of sneakers. WhereCast Awayhas its framing story,Life of Pihas its spirituality,andGravityhas its, lets face it, effects,All Is Lostsimply has a man and a boat, and ultimately just a man.
Sure, there is a larger slice of life that this man exists in, but were not privy to it. DeMarco, take a straightforward route and eschew any filter to make it seem more like Our Man is actually stranded out in the ocean. The Sound of All is Lost (1080p; 11:59). The Actor: Robert Redford (HD, 4 min.) - This short featurette mostly concerns others discussing how Redford fit into the film as someone of his age and renown. Chandor, the follow-up to his praised 2011 debut film Margin Call. Writer-director J.C. Making matters worse, a terrible storm further cripples his boat, and soon his potentially disastrous situation turns into a brilliantly told battle for survival. And it's the experience of Our Man that becomes all we can hope to, and, in this context, honestly need know about him. "Big Film, Small Film" (6:11) are thoughts on the production in general and shooting in and under water, and the intent on making it as practical as possible is touched upon, along with the crew's approach to it. Its the films most extensive use of dialogue.