Asked by: Toncho Griefasked in category: General Last Updated: 25th March, 2020
What is the theme of deliverance?
In this way, what is the meaning of the movie Deliverance?
Deliverance is about men who feel weak around other men, regardless of social or regional status, but it's also about the freedom that men take for granted. And the two scenes that Deliverance is most well known for play out entirely differently than you probably remember.
Also, where was deliverance supposed to be set? Deliverance was shot primarily in Rabun County in northeastern Georgia. The canoe scenes were filmed in the Tallulah Gorge southeast of Clayton and on the Chattooga River. This river divides the northeastern corner of Georgia from the northwestern corner of South Carolina.
Likewise, people ask, what happens at the end of Deliverance?
Lewis (Burt Reynolds) claims that Drew was shot out of the canoe, but Ed (Jon Voight) finds his body further on down the river, and with no deep wounds what so ever, it is clear that he commited suicide by jumping out and drowning. Lewis falls out of the canoe and severely damages his leg.
Is deliverance a horror movie?
Deliverance (1972) and The Horror Film. The frame above is from the end of John Boorman's Deliverance (1972). The ending suggests that he is permanently traumatized by his sojourn in the wilderness—that the horrors he saw, the horrors he perpetrated, will forever inhabit him.