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The film is a drama for survival. The genre of the film is survival drama. The genre includes many films such as Cast away, Into the Wild, Buried etc. All of them portrays the hero fighting for survival. However, 127 hours is the only film which has done it beautifully in the case of canyons / mountains. The film does not have special audience as it was appreciated and well perceived by a majority of the viewers, it is of greater interest for those who look forward for survival drama films or are into mountain climbing. All the critics very well took the film, and James Franco was appreciated for his convincing performance.
Thesis Statement: When you are stuck in the middle of nowhere, and you run short of ideas and techniques to help yourself and to fight for your survival, there is always a hope and a way out. This outstanding beam of hope tells us what we would have done if we were in that situation. This is the reason why I like the film and have watched it twice.
There are times when a person commits huge mistakes and has plenty of time to think over it. Same case happened with Aron (James Franco) the hero of 127 hours when he also made a mistake and met with a severe incident. It all starts when Aron goes for a canyoneering in canyons, south of Utah’s Canyon Lands National Park. He meets two hikers on his journey and guides them to an amazing underground pool. The film takes a thrilling turn, when Aron falls into one of the narrow canyon slots of the Blue John Canyons. He is trapped into that isolated canyon slot when lose boulder falls to the bottom of the canyon right after Aron which smashes his right hand against the canyon wall. He shouts for help, but since he was in an isolated location and nobody was near him therefore he realized that he is on his own. He tried every possible way out, which failed. Then he started to video tape his messages to his family on his video camera. With the help of his pocket
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