Fire in Paradise (2019)

83% – Critics
74% – Audience

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On 11/8/18 a fire broke out in California near the town of Paradise. Over the course of a few hours, the Camp Fire grew into the country’s deadliest wildfire in over a century. Through first-hand footage of the disaster and interviews with survivors and responders, FIRE IN PARADISE retells the survival stories from that day.—Christina Davis

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Fire in Paradise Movie Reviews

Mesmerizing video recordings, but nothing beyond that

“Fire in Paradise” is an American 40-minute documentary shhort film from 2019, so really new still and this one was directed by awards-winning filmmakers Zackary Canepari and Drea Cooper. It is far from their firstg collaboration and actually this one here is also an award winner already. The main reason why people are seeing it is probably because it is a Netflix production and there it was seemingly successful enough for traditional television to also pick it up. The title is not too telling, so let me explain briefly what itg is about, actually it is about the big fires in California from 2018 in an area that fittingly is called Paradise, so of course they went with this title. Now you know basically what to expect. We get original footage from the tragedy that killed over 80 people and was the worst fire in the area in about a 100 years. Or I could say in the federal state, but I always feel this takes away significance from it because well there’s 50 states and that is a lot and many of them have fires like every few years only. Anyway, lets just say it was a big tragedy that caused billions of dollars damage. I thought the footage I mentioned was really the “highlight” of this documentary. You can feel the air sizzling really. You would want to be anywhere but there. I just wish the interviewers could have been half as good, half as interesting. Honestly, I felt each and every single one of them just recited stuff that was written for them. It did not feel too authentic and as what they told was at least in theory really personal, I don’t think it was working out. Be it the children who did not talk like children or the locals or the school teachers who had to evacuate their pupils. At leastg the younger one there felt slightly authentic. But she was pretty much the only one, maybe just a better actress than everybody else. As for the firefighters and policemen, I was kinda glad their narrations semeed very fact-based getting to the core of things, but then these emotional outbursts happened when tears came to their faces and this also felt like bad acting. I don’t know, maybe I am too skeptical and critical here, but in terms of the quantity of which did not feel real, it was just too much for me and I felt the only purpose these interviews had were to go full ham and over-the-top in order to get the utmost reaction from those people in the audience who believe everything (which is sadly the majority). I am not doubting the trafedy that happened and I wish it could be undone, as much as everybody in this video, also because of what it did to nature, but the way they handled things with this take on the subject I am not happy about it at all and I am actually glad they did not take the full feature path this time. It already felt a bit repetitive this way. I don’t know if this can be a contender at the next Academy Awards, but I hope it will not get the nomination, let alone everything beyond that. Thumbs down.

Timely documentary

The recent fire in California and subsequent blackout is another scary reminder that we cannot grow jaded about the increasingly destructive consequences of climate change.

This short was effective, timely, and just an overall terrifying presentation of what those poor people went through during the Camp Fire. Mad respect to all the fire fighters, first responders, and even the researchers and scientists out there trying to sort this mess out.

We escaped this fire

November 8, 2018 changed my life, my wife’s and my community’s. This is not for kids or the faint of heart. This movie tells the fear, second guessing, despair and speed of that day. Personal videos and dash cams are plentiful. Tears and destruction are over whelming. I dare you to finish this movie with a dry eye. You won’t. Remember those that were lost. And hug those that survived.

May you find Paradise to be all it’s name implies.

John D. Paradise, California 95969