Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close Review

Oskar Schell, played by Thomas Horn, is just 9 years of age, his father was killed from the September 11 attack. He's a talanted boy, a pacifist, he plays the tambourine and he is a vegan. For his father being stripped away from him in that horrifying way is just awful. But Oskar contains a curious nature therefore when he finds the key left by his father, he merely has to discover what it really opens. It is a journey that takes him throughout New York. This is certainly influenced through the book “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close”, the writer is Jonathan Safran Foer and Starred by Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock.

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close is it being directing by Stephen Daldry, who directed The Reader, The Hours and Billy Elliot. The screenplay was created by Eric Roth, who wrote The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Forest Gump, and also the story draws on the novel by Jonathan Safran Foer, who wrote the book that It is all totally Lighted took it's origin from.