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guy_ziv  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, November 2, 2011 2:46:28 PM(UTC)
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I would like to warmly recommend the film Into the wild.
Based on a true story and amazing.

Chronological order is created first article in Outside magazine about the main character, then went out and end in 2007.
Personalized and entertaining I recommend to start the movie.

Then recommend also reading the book (I don't think left Hebrew version) or it's too much for him--at least to read thearticle.

Trailer for the movie. Guy_ziv 40849.5975
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, November 2, 2011 4:37:13 PM(UTC)
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Saw, depressing. Exciting in the first part and then causes discomfort and, dreaming, trying to find himself and I guess you do stupid things and pay for them. Directing and photography. Very American. Don't take what he did but how does one dream and what he's doing with his dreams. Going to extremes is exaggerated for my taste. זמי1 40849.5738310185
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, November 2, 2011 5:36:50 PM(UTC)
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Causing inconvenience and be absolutely. I hope every spectator to feel that way.
Exciting part? All part of an exciting movie.
It's exciting and way of life.

The inconvenience and will need to learn. In this case, to cause, to stop and think a moment.
You can derive a lot of important and useful lessons. BTW the book/article can make lessons more accurately.

He makes half that. Not bollocks. It's not bad that he goes with his dreams. It's not bad either.
I think many members of this forum are defined extreme I guess good for them. The point is that extreme things can be done in a wrong way, it's not contradictory. Extreme doesn't have to mean bad.

For example: philosophical extreme happiness () there is nothing wrong.
Before loading the trite little bad ש"בלי be boring". If there are some bad so happiness does not.
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#4 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 2:52:21 AM(UTC)
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Tacky and awful film that will keep his position until the sequel which will be called "who the hell gave Sean Penn filming."

Who wished to do it and watch it-try to pay attention to building the plot would distract, ... shelf figures and comparisons between the figure of Christ.

Similarly that of American movies sex scenes to make you want 37 ** estate but to make you want to drink Coca-Cola, so no connection between this film and nature (such as the relationship between Sean Penn in the game), definitely.


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#5 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 2:26:59 PM(UTC)
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It is important to understand the reasons that led him to such a situation. These are not dreams but a reality American modern

During my trip I did a lot of extreme stuff (a month after the movie) and people told me not to end up like the guy from INTO THE WILD. I got back from the trip, I saw the movie and realized what they meant. It is true that the movie made in Hollywood way but in a very similar situations identified
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#6 Posted : Friday, November 4, 2011 5:30:54 PM(UTC)
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Certainly at the top of the list of favorite films.
He really speaks to me not only because it deals with the nature and shows great views but also engaged in something I think about a lot, our place in the world. And if at all?
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#7 Posted : Sunday, November 6, 2011 8:21:22 AM(UTC)
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Just don t forget ´ es is an Holywood movie (I liked it too, mainly because of the soundtrack and scenary).

The true story is much less romantic and much more stupid.
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#8 Posted : Sunday, November 6, 2011 10:57:11 AM(UTC)
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I think the guy was but didn't know what he was doing.
Hunt Moose without any knowledge and experience and ability in the middle of the country's biggest pride Grizzlies It's no more idiocy. Another thing he did is entered without a map and got nothing. No numbers in this film were the river that eventually he could not cross because enhanced due to the thawing of snow, he could walk across to another spot that was a bridge over the river. If only he had a map.

So while it's a waste of a nice guy who dies at the end. But stupidity. In Alaska, you don't play. Many were not found in Alaska. So take a map. Don't go alone. And stop giving excuses for Grizzlies anywhere near you. Imtl 40853.3316782407
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#9 Posted : Sunday, November 6, 2011 7:11:19 PM(UTC)
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It's only a movie "HarmonicWave" but that keeps on credibility, at least in relation to this article and, where the author seems to be trying to be objective. It presents facts, he doesn't improve things and it also shows negative.
Even the film's opening was real, the dream, and more creepy timing, July 1992.

The movie even less romantic reality. An example is movie unspecified Sharon, Chris met a sea area think solton 80 guy, took seriously the first's entreaties to drop everything and go live in the wild. Unbelievable-the person Kim has, in the same place that Chris founded his tent and lived there for 8 months. Waiting for Chris to come, until he met two backpackers who told him about a story they read about.
Imagine that your grandparents.

Imtl, hunting thing was stupid and was documented as one of the great tragedies of his life.
True the fool of the map, and the river is just one example. Not far away was a warehouse of hunters with equipment, food etc.
There were a lot of other nonsense he did. But through his life, his ideal, pure person.

BTW the book told about some of those guys who went into the wild in Alaska. Some very weird cases like a nature photographer who designed carefully and for a long time that his delay there, except he forgot to order him a ride back. After some time when it won't come to pick him up and he's forgotten where he honored himself with a gunshot to the head. Guy_ziv 40853.6763425926
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#10 Posted : Monday, November 7, 2011 12:35:00 AM(UTC)
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I can agree about ideals. But not about a way of life. He had no way of life still. He was young looking his way. So it is not true. Pure? Eventually he goes after the heart and it's okay to change his mind. The main thing is to follow your heart and passion. So was it pure.
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#11 Posted : Monday, November 7, 2011 2:01:35 PM(UTC)
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He had no way of life?
When his friends school going out and he's out to distribute food to homeless people, I'd call it a way of life.
As the opportunity which he tries to convince them with some prostitutes around Greece to change their lives, this kind of way of life.
A neighbor in the parking lot of his homeless parents for without their knowledge, to live a minimalist, return to work and sleep in a tent, set your backpack before his entrance into the city during their wanderings, no matter what to expect from himself the best and if you can draw him others-it was put under the category of a way of life. Everything is planned and coordinated.

When you garden you decide which children to connect with if this way of life? I don't see age as part of it.
He's not looking for a way, is not confused or one who finds himself. He knows exactly what he wants and makes no compromises.
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#12 Posted : Monday, November 7, 2011 10:33:19 PM(UTC)
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So we disagree. And it has nothing to do with age. It has something to do with search.
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#13 Posted : Tuesday, November 8, 2011 1:06:50 AM(UTC)
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If Sean Penn knew how talking about his film was flushed out and immediately came to go here.
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#14 Posted : Thursday, November 10, 2011 8:22:13 AM(UTC)
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(Caution spoilers)

Guy_ziv. the distance between the true story movie, touches for part of the journey to Alaska. The mention of the bridge, the ranger cabin that contained food and emergency supplies, probably toxic story
Was not traumatized (In plant and poisoning is really much more interesting looking man starving). All well and good that the movie. Who's interested in stories and anybody needs to read more.

Perspective of the responsible travel Forum/preparation/stupid its really irritating to the eye, and it's a little less bold flavors in a movie (which is more romantic than the idea of going to nature and animals, fuck taking map).

Yet without the fact that this is a special person, who went with upstream with his ideals to the end. HarmonicWave 40857.224537037
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#15 Posted : Thursday, November 10, 2011 1:04:05 PM(UTC)
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(Caution, spoilers ahead)

In a study conducted by the University that same colleague of Dr., mentioned an interesting thing:
"During my visit to the Sushana River, I collected samples of h. alpinum growing within a few feet of the bus and sent seed pods from this sample to Tom Clausen, a colleague of Professor Bryant's in the Chemistry Department at the University of Alaska. Spectrographic analysis Conclusive has yet to be completed, but preliminary testing by Clausen and one of his graduate students, Edward Treadwell, indicates that the seeds with definitely contains traces of an alkaloid. There is a strong likelihood, moreover, that the alkaloid is swainsonine, a compound known to veterinarians and livestock ranchers as the toxic agent in locoweed "

To understand the cause of death is a combination of two starvation resulting from a vicious poison effect too:
"The toxin does the deed in insidiously ® directly, by inhibiting an enzyme essential to glycoprotein metabolism. It creates a massive vapor lock, as it were, in mam ® malian fuel lines: The body is prevented from turning what it eats into a source of usable energy. If you ingest too much swainso ®, you are bound to nine starve, no matter how much food you put into your stomach.

It's interesting that you take the word "fact" ו"כנראה" one after the other, "and created" I think the guys will have to name the University close on themselves, they published various research findings in the same issue.

Should really read what I write there in Men's Journal. Duly noted.
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#16 Posted : Friday, November 11, 2011 1:59:59 AM(UTC)
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I still stand by my formulation was lame "Fellowship provide you cannot determine with certainty that Chris poisoned a misreading of seeds". Furthermore, it was probably not.

Also the quotes that you gave do not support this version.

I think it's a break you brought the alink tmtzatt topic:

From almost the moment he was found, the meaning of Chris McCandless's life and lonely death has been fiercely argued. The debate falls into two camps: Krakauer's visionary seeker, the tragic hero who dared to live the unmediated life he had dreamed of and died trying; Or, as many Alaskans see it, the unprepared fool, a greenhorn who had fundamentally misjudged the wilderness he'd wanted so desperately to commune with. If the cult that has grown up around McCandless is any indication, we want the romantic portrait to be true: that he made a series of small mistakes that compounded in disaster. But the truth doesn't always conform to Hollywood's ideals.

You probably belong to the first group and I, which is fine, just need to remember that a Hollywood movie is work of art and not an accurate description of the facts.

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