Tagged: mood: melancholic
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.
This high production take on procedural mystery is alright (alright, alright) if you don’t fall far down the spiral of hype.
Dhalgren is wandering and episodic, conveying the drifting atmosphere but unable to deter reader boredom or annoyance during stretches of tedium.
Season four of the HBO gangster drama brings more challenges and more death for its characters.
A bittersweet dark comedy about a woman trying to side-step the overwhelming grief of losing her husband.
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.
Tsuma and Ayumu Muko are a married couple in a small town in the middle of nowhere. He’s a novelists with a part-time job as a caretaker in the local nursery home while she’s a housewife with a faint heart… that sees the world from a different perspective.
A story of solitude and heartache that comes before love.
Noah Baumbach’s film is a great look at the breakdown of a family going through divorce that is simultaneously hilarious and depressing.
There are stories that despite its hair-pulling qualities, especially considering its subject matter, are sad. Leaving Las Vegas is one of those depressing stories.