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With a slow pace and a focus on landscape and expressions, Meek’s Cutoff is a fine look at just how far minimalist filmmaking has progressed.
Show Me Love is the story of two apparently different girls, Elin and Agnes, whom after a mocking incident, start changing their views of themselves and how people may perceive them.
The Tree of Life is part the story about a family; part the story of the origin of the universe, earth and life. It aims to show us what exactly makes us into who we are and, ultimately, become.
Winner of the Palme d’Or in 2010 and Thailand’s Academy Awards contribution. The movie tells the story of uncle Boonmee who on his deathbed, is reunited with his family and friends, both those alive and those who are already dead. A humorous and visually stunning film that leaves much to consider.
Influential avant-garde romantic drama from French auteur Jean Vigo.
Rushmore is the second feature-length film in director Wes Anderson’s filmography, telling the story of Max Fischer, a very unlikeable, precocious, extracurricular overachieving teenager from a private school obsessively in “love” with Ms. Cross.
Somewhere tells the story of a worldwide Hollywood superstar named Johnny Marco, who’s wasting away at the Chateau Marmont as he makes time for his next gig and lives in his routine.
In Inception, DiCaprio plays Cobb, a man on the run from the US system who happens to work on what is known as “subconscious exploration”, which refers to entering your brain while in a dream-state to obtain information.