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I May Destroy You
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My favorite film of all time. This isn't even a movie. It is an experience designed to reflect man's search for the meaning of life, the universe and everything. This film feels like the equivalent of God giving you a hug, coming from an atheist. This is the cinematic substitute for DMT. Not many experiences conquer the experience of watching this film, especially with some doses or mushrooms in hand.
Ingmar Bergman is a master of his craft, and this film forces you to look deep into the darkest parts of life, and death. I feel like I may like it even more if I watch it again.
Easily the most ambitious film I've ever seen. Also, the most personal. It almost feels like this film is about me, and you, and the random girl down the street that you'll never know the name of. This is film making at its best.
This film had a deep impact on me. Bergman is at his best with this one. I relate to each of the four characters in some way, I enjoy picking apart all the hidden themes of the film and enjoy that 3 and 4 hour youtube reviews exist trying to pick this film apart. This is a work of art and transcends filmmaking. A top 5 film for me, if not top 3. Love it.