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Ben Foster is discovered in the woods in new Leave No Trace clip

Take a look at Debra Granik’s latest film before it opens in cinemas on Friday.

Leave No Trace - Ben Foster
Credit: Sony Pictures

Ahead of its arrival in cinemas on Friday (29th June), a new clip has been released from Leave No Trace.

The short clip features Ben Foster and Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie as father and daughter. The two are discovered hiding in the woods by the police and Foster’s character encourages his daughter to come out of hiding.

Watch the full clip below:


Leave No Trace tells the story of a teenage girl (McKenzie) and her father (Foster) have lived undetected for years in Forest Park, a vast woods on the edge of Portland, Oregon. A chance encounter leads to their discovery and removal from the park and into the charge of a social service agency. They try to adapt to their new surroundings, until a sudden decision sets them on a perilous journey into the wilderness seeking complete independence and forcing them to confront their conflicting desire to be part of a community and fierce need to live apart.

The film is directed by Debra Granik (Winter’s Bone) and based on the novel My Abandonment by Peter Rock. Leave No Trace also stars Dale Dickey and Jeff Kober.


It is written by Granik and Anne Rosellini and produced by Anne Harrison, Linda Reisman and Rosellini. The premiere of the film took place at Sundance back in January.

Take a look at some images from Leave No Trace in our gallery below:


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