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Review: 'Beasts of the Southern Wild'

The Beasts of the Southern Wild is easily one of the best films of 2012. It is the kind of intimate experience that ennobles independent film-making and it is a genuine piece of must-see cinema.
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  • Pauline von Moltke

    Beasts of the Southern Wild - Movie Trailers - iTunes - Out June 27th

  • The California Son

    Check out the trailer for Beasts of the Southern Wild. Stunning. Best movie I have seen in a while

  • Brooke Strickland

    Can't wait to see this! A Cannes Film Festival award winner - Camera d’Or - for best first film - BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD.

  • Becky Dundee

    Beasts of the Southern Wild. One of the best of 2012. And forever.


    'Beasts of the Southern Wild' centers around a young girl (Quvenzhané Wallis) being raised by a single father (Dwight Henry) in the outskirts of society. Devastating environmental events unearth prehistoric beasts while her father’s health deteriorates. With her perfect world in jeopardy, the girl sets out on a journey to find her mother. Watch the trailer now.

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