Fifth about The Seventh

Kon-Tiki (2012)

Kon-TikiKon-Tiki: there’s not much space in this film for any characters to really show up. The story, however, is a good one, as “based on fact” stories tend to be, particularly when they are inspirational tales of faith and persistence against (apparently) insurmountable odds, but it lacks a stronger punch. It certainly looks pretty and is well done. It does not, however, address the intrinsic differences of a journey which you know the destination and the path and a journey which is completely unknown; nor it necessarily should, but it was a thought that occurred to me during the film.

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