Oct 30, 1992 Release Date:
123 min Runtime:
A River Runs Through It Synopsis:
A River Runs Through It is a drama movie. The movie is about a the true story of the Maclean brothers, Norman and Paul, growing up in Missoula, Montana with their father, Presbyterian minister John. A common theme in the film is the men’s love of fly fishing for trout in the Blackfoot River and how it impacted their lives. The film is told from Norman’s point of view, with director Robert Redford as narrator. The film opens with a scene of Norman Maclean in his old age tying a fly onto his line. This establishes that Norman is telling this story in the past-tense as he is fishing. The story begins with the brothers learning to fish from their father, a preacher who treats fishing as a sacred act. They learn to cast using a ticking metronome. The boys become accomplished fishermen as a result. Norman and Paul are home taught and must adhere to the strict moral and educational code of their father. However, whenever they get a chance they enjoy practicing the art of fly fishing. As they grow older, it becomes clear that Norman is the more disciplined and studious brother, while Paul is the fun loving, wild one and the more talented fly fisherman.
A River Runs Through It,
A River Runs Through It Also Known As:
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