White Bird in a Blizzard is a 2014 art drama thriller film co-produced, written, directed and edited by Gregg Araki and starring Shailene Woodley, Eva Green, and Christopher Meloni.
Sep 25, 2014 · Directed by Gregg Araki. With Shailene Woodley, Eva Green, Christopher Meloni, Angela Bassett. In 1988, a teenage girl's life is thrown into chaos when her mother disappears.
Audience Reviews for White Bird in a Blizzard Jul 06, 2017 Stilted performances (with one or two exceptions) and laughably analogy-ridden narration drag down this strange, confused, admittedly ...
- mystery and thriller, drama
Oct 24, 2014 · While Kat (Shailene Woodley) is almost nothing like Lester Burnam’s daughter, she does give us a familiar description of life at beginning of White Bird In A Blizzard (based on the novel by ...
- Taylor Lindsay
Oct 24, 2014 · Which is what makes “White Bird in a Blizzard” a true oddity in his filmography in that it’s one of the few times, arguably the only time, that he’s made a film that’s dull. Typically, when Araki misses the mark, he misses wildly and with fascinating aplomb.
white bird in a blizzard ... she sees he mother through the blizzard and she rises from al the snow and she finally gets the idea of where her mother maybe, without ...
- Ryan Lattanzio
- Shailene Woodley bares all. Yes, Shailene Woodley (now 22 years old) gets nude, body-and-soul, in the film’s uncomfortably frank but very real sex scenes.
- But this is not her adult actress vehicle. At the LA after-party, Shailene Woodley (“Shay,” as she warmly referred to herself before offering me an affectionate hug) reminded me that “White Bird in a Blizzard” was shot two years ago.
- Nor does it announce her turn to indie films. And since the film was shot two years ago, “White Bird” doesn’t signal more independent roles for Woodley just yet.
- “White Bird” is Gregg Araki’s vision of the late-1980s… by way of the 1950s. It’s set in the late-’80s through early ’90s, a period Araki has evocatively portrayed since his 1987 debut “Three Bewildered People in the Night” (even “Mysterious Skin” was set in an ethereally dreamy vision of the ’90s).
White Bird in a Blizzard is something unique – a touching coming of age story, a tense and unpredictable whodunit with a dynamite final twist, a study of marital discord, and a time capsule back to the late 80’s, all of it filtered through some surrealistic touches and flights of fancy for good artistic measure.