Matt Ross: 'Captain Fantastic is a political movie'

Matt Ross: ‘Captain Fantastic is a political movie’

The director talks about his family road trip with Viggo Mortensen.

Discovered at Sundance, awarded at Cannes (director’s prize at Un certain regard) and double jury and public prize at Deauville, Captain Fantastic was released in cinemas in the fall of 2016, and it will return tonight on Cstar.

At the time, Première had been able to speak with Matt Ross the film’s political message, the (obvious) choice of Viggo Mortensen to carry it, parental anxieties and her tears in Cannes. Flashback.

Captain Fantastic is a luminous road movie starring Viggo Mortensen (review)

The story of Captain Fantastic : A father, who has lived for nearly 10 years with his 6 children in a forest far from civilization, decides to return to modern society.

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