Not going to lie, this week I had to Google my way through picking movies for this theme. In other words, I looked at the list of Sundance winners, and picked movies that I have seen and liked, that won an award at the Film Festival. And with the help of that list, I get to recommend four pretty good movies!
What a blast from the past it was to see this movie there on that list. Thirteen was one of those movies that I loved as a teenager! I have seen it more than 5 times for sure, and I think it was the shock of it that kept me so interested in this film for so many times.
I saw this movie outside, during a film festival, and it was a warm Summer evening and it made the experience of Adam all the more special. Years later I hardly remember it, I just remember the feeling of watching this movie, and sometimes that’s all you need to remember a movie.
Another one from 2009 that I really liked. I’m always curious about movies that explore relationships that are unconventional. We see so many movies casting young actresses and older male actresses, but there are also the movies that explore that idea by stating it out loud.
Comedians in dramatic roles are a sight to always witness, even if for instance The Skeleton Twins doesn’t really come together as well. Wiig and Hader as the twins works because it just does, and it’s always fascinating to see how transforming they can be as people when you take away the humour.
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