Current Favorites Theme: Adolescence
La casa lobo, the wolf house.
Here at this colony, we provide for not only our residents, but people all over the world! You know us for our honey (rightfully so!), but you must also know that our way of life is an export we wish to provide to the world! We have returned to the way of man, the way life must be. Pure, logical, strict, efficient. You may have heard rumors of us being not what we advertise.…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This review is a lot more emotionally heavy than I expected it to be when I started writing it, so if that's something you can't handle right now, please put yourself first.
The Florida Project sees the light in its environment, the color in the world. Your mom can't keep a job and is resorting to perfume selling and prostitution. All you know is deviancy, and yet you find that most adults don't like this. People see your situation and…
Petite Maman knows there won't be some other time, but it asks what would happen if there was. It's an incredibly tender experience, whispering the little moments of adolescence like the wind. I don't think I have the ability to put it into words, the images just seem to speak of the life I lived a decade ago in a way no words can. More than anything, Petite Maman reminds us that it's not the suffering that defines us, but the life we live that breaks the stillness of the wind for moments of true life.