River Runs Through It, A – Edited

Theatrical Release: April 12, 2005
DVD Release: April 12, 2005
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Synopsis

Fly-fishing figures prominently in this poignant tale of two brothers growing up in Montana in the early 20th century under the stern rule of their minister father. While both boys rebel, Norman (Craig Sheffer) channels his rebellion into writing, but Paul (Brad Pitt) descends onto a slippery path of self-destruction. The beautiful scenery of Montana is used to full effect with the awesome cinematography of Philippe Rousselot. Directed by Robert Redford, this adaptation of Norman Maclean’s classic autobiography also features Tom Skerritt and Brenda Blethyn as the Reverend and Mrs. Maclean.

Dove Review

This is a classic, wholesome movie that everyone should enjoy. It starts out with two brothers living with their stern preacher-father and their doteful mother. They both grow up and grow farther away from their family and each other. They both get jobs and live their lives. They both eventually come back and realize that it doesn’t matter how much you loved your life and missed everyone in it, you just can’t go home again.

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Info

Company: Columbia Tri-Star Pictures
Director: Robert Redford
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 123 min.
Reviewer: Kadie Lukens