Time to Run (1973)

PG   |    |  Drama

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Jeff is in conflict with everything; his girlfriend, mom, dad but especially himself. In frustration, he strikes out against his dad by vandalizing equipment at a nuclear plant where he's supervisor. Jeff eludes capture and hits the road.

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26 January 2006 | toddsolley63
| Powerful and moving, Oscar winning cinematographer in top form
When I saw the credit for Charles Rosher as Director of Photography, I knew "Time to Run" had been treated as a quality production. Many well-intentioned Christian-oriented productions suffer, quite frankly, from poor acting and a lack of quality in technical fields. But this film is different. It transcends the 70's feel and speaks to any audience in any era and contains above-average performances by it's three leads. And, Rosher of course was the multi-Academy Award winning cinematographer of such masterpieces as "Sunrise" and "The Yearling." His use of light in "Time to Run" is exceptional, but there is another "light" altogether that is the central focus of this powerful and moving film.

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