The most beautiful thing about a streaming service like Netflix is that apart from hundreds of original content, it also continuously brings older movies and tv shows to its library. What this does is that it helps films that previously did not do well in theatrical release get a second chance to be seen by millions.
Now there are thousands of new movies streaming on Netflix every month. However, for the month of July, one survival film from 2018 with a perfect score has been stealing the hearts of moviegoers.
Want to find out which film it is? Then read along for a perfect movie night suggestion.
Netflix is streaming the best survival film from 2018
It is impossible to watch all the films and tv shows on Netflix. But that’s where we come in. We have done the hard work for you, and we have found the best survival film on Netflix to watch in the month of July.
Leave No Trace is a 2018 survival film starring the versatile Ben Foster and the amazing Thomasin McKenzie.
What’s the poly of Leave No Trace?
A father and daughter live in Forest Park. Forest Park is a lovely nature reserve in Portland. They have a flawless but enigmatic existence, seldom making contact with the outside world. However, after a little error alerts authorities, they are forced on an increasingly unpredictable odyssey in quest of a place to call home.
The film deals with a lot of hard-hitting themes, such as post-traumatic stress and a beautiful father-daughter relationship. Apart from a great story and striking visuals, the film’s highlights are Foster and McKenzie’s performances. Where Foster lays the foundation for emotions, McKenzie excellently delivers on the drama.
Reviews for the film
Leave No Trace did not do as expected in theatres, with a total collection of 7.7 million USD. But it was certainly a huge hit among critics. The film boasts a perfect 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes based on 238 critic reviews.
Furthermore, the film has also received great reviews from major critics such as NYTimes, who wrote, “Both Mr. Foster’s and Ms. Harcourt McKenzie’s sensitive, tightly checked performances are critical in this regard.”
The film is currently streaming on Netflix. Let us know if you will watch it or not?