Wilderness Survival for Girls

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Wilderness Survival for Girls

Directed by
Eli B. Despres
Kim Roberts

Written by
Eli B. Despres
Kim Roberts

Jeanette Brox
Ali Humison
Megan Henning
James Morrison

Music by
B. Quincy Griffin
Hector H. Perez

Robin Melhuish

Edited by
Eli B. Despres
Kim Roberts

Release date


Running time

78 min.

United States


Wilderness Survival for Girls is a 2004 independent thriller film that was shot in 18 days.[1]
Three soon-to-graduate high school girls stay at a mountain cabin. A stranger named Ed comes to their cabin. They manage to overpower him and tie him to a chair. The film shows the girls’ responses to their captive stranger.
Scott Weinberg of DVD Talk said that although the film is not entirely successful, credit is due the writers/directors for their original script.[2] Sid Smith of the Chicago Tribune ended his review by saying that viewers are likely to leave with something to think about.[1] Robert Koehler of Variety commented on James Morrison, “a superb, nuanced and inexplicably underused actor on the big screen, is able to shift between vulnerability and being a real threat in the physically contained yet wide-ranging role.”[3]

^ a b Sid Smith (December 14, 2006). “Movie review: ‘Wilderness Survival for Girls'”. Chicago Tribune. Retrieved April 8, 2012. 
^ Scott Weinberg (May 2, 2007). “Wilderness Survival for Girls”. DVD Talk. Retrieved April 8, 2012. 
^ Robert Koehler (July 1, 2004). “Wilderness Survival for Girls”. Variety. Retrieved April 8, 2012. 

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