Tagged: mood: enlightened
Widow Tampopo sets out to find the perfect recipe to make ramen alongside truck driver Goro.
Characters are crammed in an ordinary car and do ordinary things like thinking and chatting. There is silence. The purpose of their journey: locate the body of a murdered man in order to perform an autopsy. Have you given up already? Please, do not.
Four Hands is a movie about a family, three generations, across the strait.
Brave is ultimately the story about a mother and a daughter. Brave is the story of families torn apart by pride.
We’re only halfway through 2012, but Cuong Ngo’s Pearls of the Far East is probably the most gorgeously shot film I’ve seen all year.
Tales of the Waria showcases a snippet in the life of the third gender and tells the stories of three people who seem to be at a very interesting cultural and religious crossroad.
Take This Waltz presents a harsh look at unhappiness in relationships and how fleeting love can be.
Martin Scorsese’s Hugo has all the tools that great films boast.
Chang-rae Lee’s prose is so lyrical, he could build grocery shopping up as the epicenter of a crisis in singularity, transform clipping toenails into an existential quandary, and make sorting the recycling a prophecy of something tragic in the Greek sense of the word.
Alike knows who she is, but is trying to come to terms with it against her surroundings. Will she choose to be free and move on with her life?