The documentary is an environmental impact film without shouting that it is one, and it’s powerful.
Let Paolo Sorrentino take you to Rome, glamorous and magical
Story of how the average man is consumed by the system, women, and the American Dream
On the opening credit sequence of Stanley Kubrick’s brilliant horror film
Don’t let the poorly chosen title deceive you; this not a political film. Well, maybe it is.
Miranda July’s first feature film is about loneliness and sexuality and navigating life from a childish perspective, making everything magical.
“That era has passed. Nothing that belonged to it exists anymore.”
Unpredictable, mind-bending, and everything else we’d expect from a “Kaufmanesque” film
How about a modern-day Frankenstein story?
“Man is created of anxiety.”