Beasts of the Southern Wild
| Director||Benh Zeitlin|
| Release Date||27-Jun-2012|
About Movie: - Beasts of the Southern Wild is an upcoming Drama movie. Facing her father's fading health and the release of an army of prehistoric creatures called aurochs, six-year-old Hushpuppy leaves her home in search of her mother. A six year old girl from the southern Delta searches for her long lost mother after her father falls ill and the world spins out of balance in the film that took home the Grand Jury Prize and Best Cinematography award at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. A harsh but loving father, Wink swore that his beloved daughter Hushpuppy would be prepared for the day he was no longer able to look after her. Little did Wink realize that day would come sooner than anyone suspected, and when illness strikes him down nature runs amuck. As the soaring temperatures melt ice caps and the sea levels swell, a race of prehistoric beasts named the aurochs emerge to reclaim the planet. Meanwhile, as the apocalypse unfolds, determined Hushpuppy bravely sets out on a mission to reunite with the mother she's never known.
Movie Review:- Hushpuppy, the little girl at the center of “Beasts of the Southern Wild,” lives in squalor and ignorance in an especially water-logged part of the Louisiana bayou nicknamed the Bathtub. Separated from “the dry world” by a levee, Hushpuppy and a couple dozen others live simply but cheerfully, with elevated shacks for houses and roots and folk remedies for medicine.
Direction, Performance and Music:- There's no way you won't be captivated by Wallis, chosen ahead of 3,500 candidates to play the tiny folk hero who narrates the story. Her performance in this deceptively small film is a towering achievement. The soul of the movie is a remarkable. Beasts of the Southern Wild” is a hugely ambitious movie. It has two deeply surprising performances, many lovely images, and a sort of hand-made, junkyard aesthetic that crams every frame with color and detail and wonder.
Overall:- Beasts of the Southern Wild is remarkable, bizarre and beautiful.