Tagged: mood: enlightened
The sheer emotion that Mike Mills delivers with Beginners is impressive, providing us with a small and simple film that will leave many touched and hoping for their own beginnings to work out for the best.
With Spirited Away, Hayao Miyazaki reminds audiences that he is a true master of animated film by providing realistic characters and an interesting story that truly enchants viewers.
The Borrower Arriety tells the story of 14-year-old Arriety, out in the garden when she sees the arrival of Sho, a 12-year-old boy with a heart condition, who immediately spots her and wants to establish a friendship with her.
A soul arrives to the “station of death” where it’s informed that it’s been given a second chance at life.
Drei is an uncategorizable venture into love, sexuality, and coping between a couple and a loner.
Ludovic Febre has decided, at the early age of 7, that God must have accidentaly trashed the X chromosome that would make him a girl. A simple scientific mistake. He believes one day he’ll gain back his X and become a beautiful woman.
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.
This is the dramatic story of a intersexed 15-year-old. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.
Los Hijos del Viento follows a free-spirited Cuban trying to escape the entanglements of her past and current life.
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.