Tagged: mood: artsy

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Boy and the World, The

Feeling the absence of his Father, a Boy leaves behind his quiet life in his village and Mother in search of him, only to discover a world filled with strange people and machinery through his multi-colored and abstract eyes.

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Ping Pong: The Animation

Taiyou Matsumoto’s Ping Pong manga series is taken off the pages by none other than the soaring mind of animator Masaaki Yuasa in this dynamic hard-hitting 11-episode series of two high school friends and their love for table tennis.

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12 Years A Slave

Steve McQueen’s film deserves as much praise and discussion as it does cricism for serving as a brilliant and harrowing depiction of Northup’s years of enslavement bleeding together as he loses track of his past

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Mood Indigo

A man falls madly in love with a woman who gets a rare water lily lung condition that needs to be treated merely by being surrounded by flowers.

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Post Tenebras Lux

Post Tenebras Lux is a semi-autobiographical film by Carlos Reygadas that was made purposely to baffle us, being presented as a sort of a bizarre dream.

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Field in England, A (2013)

Wheatley confirms, once and for all, his immense versatility and creative quality with the puzzling and odd A Field in England, a very low-budget film of avant-garde experimentalism featuring grotesquely appealing cinematography, rough humor, and a wildly violent side that not even his bleak Kill List can come close.