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Plot: In a small American town still living in the shadow of a terrible coal mine accident, the disappearance of a teenage boy draws together a surviving miner, the lonely wife of a mine executive, and a local boy in a web of secrets. Runtime: 105 mins Release Date: 16 Jan 2015
Little Accidents: A great piece of art. (by niutta-enrico)
Don't watch it if you are not in the mood if you don't want to feel sorrow but as soon as you feel serene enough I strongly suggest that you watch this film because I'm sure you will appreciate it very much.I really can't understand how it got only 8 reviews at the time I'm writing on IMDb. Which I consider a sign of deep disinterest.Actually it's a great piece of art that deals finely and very sincerely with human condition. The story is meaningful and touches many aspects of life. Among them and I found this the most interesting , it shows how sorrow can make <more>
you feel more alive. Female Authors Sara Colangelo both wrote and directed it are becoming better than men! This is amazing and being myself a man a little bit destabilizing.Finally and I know I shouldn't say this I don't want to dispute Academy decisions but on my opinion Jacob Lowland's is by far best male actor's performance in 2014. Who cares if he is just 19
Viewed Premier in Beckley, WV Feb 6 ,2015 (by numlinedancer)
Saw premier of Little Accidents last night at Marquee Cinemas in Beckley WV. This movie was filmed locally and is a deeply moving story of the aftermath of a mining accident. The emotional punch of the character's stories is gut felt and stays with you long after the movie has ended. We in Raleigh Co WV are so excited that director Sara Colangelo wrote and directed such a poignant, realistic view of the locale and personality of the characters without staging "hillbilly" attributes. The locations are real and so are the actor's portrayals of the characters. Excellent acting <more>
by cast. This director has talented eye for the artistry of a scene as every scene was beautifully staged. We were dumbfounded she chose to attend the premier here, where she worked directing! Definitely a winner!! R. Absher
Let's play Lord of the Flies then Lord of the Rings OK? (by juanmuscle)
I just thought this was darling. The dialogue was compelling, the way the scenes melted onto each other didn't even feel like there was an editor, its as a providential pen took over how smooth everything seemingly unfolded; and how the threads from the loom flowed together and culminated in a furious but yet delicate climacteric? I could of never done anything like this... It is clear that this person is not just a writer but a total and whole and complete film maker, some people are just born I guess , thank god! : Beautifully compelling and yet startlingly tender...
Grand tragedy in coal country. (by npassage)
Just finished this movie and wow, totally overwhelming, sat down and cried for five minutes.I have to watch it again to see if it's as good as I think it is, but I'm afraid to, the last scene was so incredible with voice over from the previous scene.Oh dear it is so wonderful, I have to see it again and again.The only other films that have done this to me are "21 Grams" which I've seen several times, and "Elephant Man" which I saw once and will never see again.These characters were so natural, it was like you were there. So muted, tamped down, real.I'll <more>
Coal mining disaster survivor struggles to find his way. (by MaryS-333)
I wasn't planning to attend Little Accidents when it screened at the Seattle International Film Festival. With 450 films from which to choose, a film about a coal mining disaster sounded depressing. However, when I was sent a free pass from SIFF, I went anyway. Not only was I was pleasantly surprised by Sara Colangelo's debut feature film, I was moved by it. Little Accidents is the type of film that stays with you long after the lights come up. Although it is a coal mine disaster that sets the events of the film in motion, the action begins months after the accident, as Amos Jenkins <more>
Boyd Holbrook returns to his life in the small West Virginia town after convalescing from injuries that he sustained in the accident. He is the sole survivor.Life is anything but normal as Amos finds himself torn between telling the truth about the cause of the accident, and keeping his mouth shut, which will dishonor his ten friends who died. If he testifies that management's cost-cutting decisions led to the disaster, the mine will be closed and his friends and family will be left without any way to feed their families. Just as the town is beginning to deal with the loss of the miners, the son of one of the mine's managers Josh Lucas goes missing. Is it retaliation or a freak accident? Young Owen, played by Jacob Loftland Mud , who is the son of a killed miner, has the answer, but he deals with his own struggle to reveal the truth. The character-driven film follows the seemingly parallel story lines of Amos, Owen and Diane Doyle Elizabeth Banks , the mother of the missing boy, but eventually the parallel lives begin to intertwine as they find themselves connected by fate. The performances by everyone in this film, especially Holbrook and Loftland, are superb. A touching scene between Amos and Diane outside a convenience store nearly left me in tears. Although I felt the relationship between Amos and Dianne could have been developed further, I was fully satisfied by the completion of the plot lines and left feeling blown away by the entire experience, which was enhanced by the attendance of the director, Colangelo.Colangelo directed a 2010 short by the same name, which deals with issues of the working class. She wanted to set the expanded feature film in a mining community, after being moved by so many recent coal-mining accidents that she was unable to get off her mind. One interesting piece of information that Colangelo provided was that the movie was shot in 24 days and entirely in film, in order to capture the grittiness of the subject matter. Kodak donated half of the film.Little Accidents isn't so much a film about a coal mining disaster as it is a film about loss and how we choose to deal with the tragic events that occur in our lives. Of all the films I saw at SIFF this year, this is my favorite. The film is set to be released in January 2015. Go see it!
Slutty cheerleader mom vs Lower class miners (by LiamBlackburn)
This could be the title. Although this title would seem a bit trite. It would still be accurate. There are several unfortunate little accidents in this tale. The first involves the mine collapsing on top of the 11 miners. At least, this is called an accident on the surface.......lol...Sorry I couldn't resist. But once you get to the...bottom...of the matter...you learn that Management's tale was definitely not very sturdy....It's difficult to identify the protagonist of the story at first, but you ultimately settle on Jenkins. He was the only one who survived the <more>
"accident". He does get some action from the slutty cheerleader Mom, whose son died in the first five minutes...Any way, it's a sad story all around. Working in a mine can be very...dreary....
I have read reviews about this film, and am baffled by some. This film was considered slow by some. Why? Because it isn't an action film? Do we really need speed all the flipping time? Then, one review said it was a film we have seen before. Hmmm. We've pretty much seen all films before, but that sure doesn't stop anything.Some said the ending just rolled everything up in a neat ball. It doesn't...not at all. Maybe the reviews I read were from cynical people..who knows. This is one of the most well acted films to come along, and that surprised me. I wasn't expecting it. I <more>
really wasn't expecting anything. Just an indie film about coal miners. It was gritty, and beautiful at the same time. The country/area where it was filmed is gorgeous, but at the center, the coal mine, the dangers of the coal, and the miner's job makes it less beautiful. The mine is quiet, with a danger just sort of always present. Elizabeth Banks was really good. It was nice to see her in a role where she wasn't playing an over the top character. Hunger Games She seemed damaged,but not with too much damage to keep going in her life. Josh Lucas played the company man, about to take the fall for a mining accident, well. The young man from the movie Mud, Jacob Lofland was very good...very heartfelt, and trying so hard to do the right thing. The most engaging character was Amos, played by Boyd Holbrook. He was FANTASTIC. So understated, trying to deal with being pushed/pulled from multiple directions, after surviving the mining accident. He was really, really good. Intense, and just so good in the role. I've not seen him before..or I wasn't aware if I had seen him in a movie before. A great character actor. I hope he sticks with being a character actor...they are so amazing. Sure we all like leading men/ladies, but character actors are awesome. Sam Rockwell is one of my favs As for the story, it is a story of miners, afraid of losing their jobs, if they complain or ask about safety issues, and what happens after a few issues were ignored by management. It is sad, yes a bit slow, but worth it.