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The best thing about this film was the seemingly effortless chemistry between the two leads, Ellen Page and Kate Mara. However, the film as a whole was pretty average. An interesting topic but a little contrived and unrealistic at times. It also felt a little messy, like too much was going on all at once which took some focus away from the central storyline. Still, not a bad film. Gentle and charming.
In some ways I think this film was nice - it was honest, refreshing and Michelle Hendley is great and so is the character of Ricky. The thing that bothered me was the overly happy ending. Don't get me wrong, I wanted a happy ending, but somehow everything just fell into place a little to smoothly with no real sort of consequences. Still one of the more decent Queer films. Again, refreshing.
A perfect guide on how to build characters. Shoplifters is a subtle film with layers and the deeper meaning of the phrase 'chosen family'. It's one of those films where it's difficult to explain to somebody else without ending up telling them to 'just watch it'.
Border is a fairy tale disguised as a crime/thriller, completely unique in it's storytelling, unpredictable, disturbing and touching. The film forces us to question humanity and what makes us so, and explores themes of isolation, ostracism and identity. Bizarre but magical.
Perhaps a little too sentimental for some, and the bee metaphor a little sloppy. However, Tell It To The Bees is at its core a beautiful love story and one which i'm glad has been told on screen. Well-acted and great chemistry between the leads. The buildup and the storyline won me over even if the ending slightly let me down. Still 100% worth the watch.