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Witness a father-daughter duo make difficult decision with ‘Leave No Trace’ on &PrivéHD

MediaInfoline April 19, 2019
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Home can mean different things to different people. For some, it’s the familiar four walls and for others it’s the people they live with. However, there comes a time in all our lives where we are forced out of our safe havens and thrown into the real world. From the Academy Award nominated writer and director Debra Granik comes a similar story of a father-daughter duo who lived most of their lives in isolation amidst the lush green landscapes of a public forest. &PrivéHD, the premium destination for nuanced cinema, is set to premiere the thought-provoking independent movie ‘Leave No Trace’ on Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 1PM and 9PM. Starring Ben Foster and Thomasin McKenzie in lead roles, the film promises impeccable performances that enable viewers to feel the other side of the heart-warming relationship between a father and his daughter.

Having garnered rave reviews and multiple awards, Leave No Trace on &PrivéHD is one movie that is truly liberating. The film follows the story of Will, a traumatised Iraq war veteran and his teenage daughter Tom as they live in hiding amidst the public forest, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The movie opens with the picturesque visuals of the park as you see Will and Tom seemingly delighted and going about their daily routine. However, a minor slip leads them in the eye of the public authorities who drag them out of their humble abode and force them into social security. With a completely alien environment, will the two choose to embrace the change or will they return to the vast wilderness living in disguise?

Feel the other side of this compelling drama as Leave No Trace is all set to air on April 20, 2019, Saturday at 1 PM & 9 PM on &PrivéHD.

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