Tagged: mood: enlightened
An exceptionally smart and emotional piece of music from Clarence Clarity, an artist yet to be given his proper due.
Solange’s A Seat at the Table is unapologetically black, brazen in its ethnic hues.
Shunji Iwai’s ode to disengaged youths that searched for meaningful connection in online forums, as we follow the unraveling of a bunch of teens who grow isolated from each other and find solace in the mysterious and enigmatic Lily.
Laika’s most recent outing, Kubo and the Two Strings, hit all the right notes for me in terms of emotional hooks and visual wonder.
Agust D comes at you in stages, just as the artist it’s named after.
Face is the darkly comic story of a socially awkward seamstress who is forced to fend for herself after tragedy strikes her family.
A tale of revenge, honor and bravery sprinkled with majestic visuals, musical numbers, epic battles and beautiful scenes of decapitations, only the way Rajamouli can do.
Po will have to rediscover who he is, after meeting the father we all thought had died, as he sets out to master Chi to stop a spirit warrior from taking other warriors’ life force.
A boy and his mother spent five years of their lives trapped in an equipped garden shed in the middle of who-knows-where, until they play their escape.
Au revoir l’été is a delicate coming-of-age story that follows a young woman named Sakuko as she visits her quiet seaside town and forms relationships with the locals.