The Best Movies for Traveling Lovers
The ultimate list of the very best travel movies of all time, and Our choices for the best travel movies are probably different than people around us.
21:43 26 February 2021
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The Art of Travel, 2008
High school graduate Conner Lane was about to marry his first love, but as he stood at the altar, he realized it wasn't what he needed right now. Leaving his bride and astonished guests behind, Conner takes a trip alone to Central America. On this trip, the hero meets a group of foreigners with whom the young man has incredible adventures.
The story of a young girl named Robin who intends to cross all of Australia on foot. It's a picturesque but very dangerous continent where almost all the flora and fauna are a danger to humans.
She sets out, accompanied by a dog and four camels. National Geographic magazine is interested in her action and offers her a photographer to accompany her.
The film is based on a true story. The author of the novel, on which the film is based is Robin Davidson. In 1977, it was in the company of camels and a dog crossed 2700 kilometers on foot. It took her nine months.
One Week, 2008
An ordinary young man, an ordinary job, a girl and an approaching wedding. But it all comes crashing down when the hero, Ben Tayler, learns a terrible diagnosis. He doesn't know how long he has left to live, probably no more than a week.
Ben takes a desperate step. He rejects therapy and the slim chance of a cure, choosing instead to enjoy the last days of his life. He buys a motorcycle and sets off across Canada on a journey that will help him reevaluate his life. But how long will his journey last?
The Darjeeling Limited, 2007
Another comedy produced in the USA. The setting is transported to delightful India. That's where three silly brothers, who haven't spoken to each other in a year since their father passed away, go.
The older brother proposes that they take a train journey, across India, in order to find themselves and reconcile with each other. But things don't go as planned, as the short-sighted men instantly begin to quarrel and quarrel with each other. For this they are thrown off the train in the middle of the desert. And this is just the beginning of their adventures.