"Give more, Give what you didn't get, Love More, Drop the old story" - Garry Shandling
Wow, I loved this. Read some Derrida, but to see him changes the text.
I love the shot from the roof, Derrida walks out into the street, the soundman, and KJ track with him. That's the start of a movie. A philosopher, cameraperson, and boom op walking down the street in the winter together.
Also that shot over his shoulder looking at young student giving their rebuttal about the hypocrisy of his concept of forgiveness, that was a moment.
"I'm sorry I wanted more" these words from Greta Gerwig's directorial debut have left me haunted me and sleepless. Exactly one year after the world premiere of "Moonlight", I find myself in the Chuck Jones Theater at Telluride, alone in room full of legends.
Barry Jenkins takes the stage to introduce "Lady Bird" and he tells the story of when he first met Greta, he was broke on the festival circuit in 2008 with his first feature "Medicine for Melancholy".…
Brilliant. Brilliant. Brilliantly done.
This is a masterpiece of a character study.
“No-one would believe someone like you” that is what this film is about.
“You take up too much space” at that line I began to cry.
So amazing. Favorite film of sundance so far this year.
“We have to be bold and brave to tell it like it is, woman are just as complicated as men.”