To the Wonder (DVD)

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Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko and Rachel McAdams star in this exploration of love, written and directed by Terrence Malick. After a whirlwind romance in France, Neil (Affleck) and single mother Marina (Kurylenko) move to Oklahoma to start a new life together. But as Marina struggles to adjust to life in the United States and cracks begin to appear in their relationship, Neil seeks solace by getting in touch with Jane (Rachel McAdams), a former flame from his childhood. Meanwhile, Marina befriends Father Quintana (Javier Bardem), a priest struggling to come to terms with his calling.

Product Details

Barcode
5055201819451
Department
Movies & TV
Released
17 Jun 2013
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Drama
Region
Region 2
Language
English
Studio
StudioCanal
Extras
  • Interactive Menus
  • Enhanced WS tv
  • Interviews: Olga Kurylenko
  • Making Of Documentary
Runtime
113 min
Age Restriction
15
Supply Source
UK

Movie

Title
To the Wonder
Release Year
2012
Running Time
112 min
Language
English
Working Title
Untitled Terrence Malick Project
Categories
Dramas / Clergy / France / Love / Marriage / Romance
US Box Office
$0.6 million
Official Website
http://www.magpictures.com/tothewonder/
Ratings
IMDb
5.9
Rotten Tomatoes®
47% 38%
Metacritic
58
Synopsis
TO THE WONDER, Terrence Malick's poetic examination of man's relationships, stars Ben Affleck as an American who falls in love with a woman (Olga Kurylenko) in Paris. He marries her and she moves with him and her daughter to the U.S. When their union falters, he considers becoming involved with an old girlfriend Rachel McAdams. Meanwhile, a priest Javier Bardem contemplates the relationship between God and love. TO THE WONDER screened at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival.
Poster
Poster for To the Wonder
Cast & Crew
Director
Terrence Malick
Star
Ben Affleck / Javier Bardem / Tatiana Chiline / Olga Kurylenko / Rachel McAdams
Co-Star
Paris Always / Michael Anderson / Charles Baker / Tamar Baruch / Marshall Bell / Wigi Black / Lois Boston / Michael Bumpus / Amy Christiansen / Brian Christiansen / Ashley L. Clark / Jamie Conner / Darryl Cox / Greg Elliot / Samaria Folks / Francis Gardner / Jack Hines / Bobby Davis Horsley / Danyeil Inman / Emma Johnson / Romina Mondello / Tony O'Gans / Darren Patnode / Bruce Peabody / William Riddle / Russell Vaclaw / Casey Williams / Kenneth Woodhams / Terry York
Screenwriter
Terrence Malick
Composer
Hanan Townshend
Director of Photography
Emmanuel Lubezki
Assistant Director
Sebastian Silva
Sound
Erik Aadahl
Sound Re-Recording
Craig Berkey
Set Decorator
Jeanette Scott
Post-Production Supervisor
Jesse Torres
Music Director
Lauren Marie Mikus
Production Manager/UPM
Michel Ferry / Hans Graffunder / Sarah Green
Camera Operator
Jorg Widmer
Movie Critics
A.V. Club
"Malick persists in refining his style to the barest essentials of sound and image....[He] is reaching for essential truths about how all of us yearn for happiness and transcendence..."
Scott Tobias (11 Apr 2013, )
Chicago Sun-Times
3.5 stars out of 4 -- "As all of these relationships intertwine, Malick depicts them with deliberate beauty and painterly care."
Roger Ebert (6 Apr 2013, )
Entertainment Weekly
"The film's style is ethereal and incantatory, with a soundtrack woven out of whispers and classical music..."
Owen Gleiberman (19 Apr 2013, )
Los Angeles Times
"Terrence Malick, as unconventional, esoteric and spiritual as ever, has created an ocean of love in TO THE WONDER, filling it with calm seas, treacherous storms, incredible beauty and a god who watches over it all."
Betsy Sharkey (11 Apr 2013, )
New York Times
"[A] romantic melodrama whose major characters fall tragically and beautifully in and out of love."
A. O. Scott (12 Apr 2013, )
Rolling Stone
"[With] landscapes shot as wonders of light and shadow by the gifted Emmanuel Lubezki."
Peter Travers (25 Apr 2013, )
Total Film
4 stars out of 5 -- "Lyrical, spiritual, sensual, TO THE WONDER is full to the brim with Malick's trademark touches..."
James Mottram (1 Apr 2013, )
Variety
"[T]his is ravishing work from a filmmaker who hasn’t lost his capacity to move and surprise."
Justin Chang (11 Apr 2013, )