I dunno. David Gordon Green's (good) films just cast a spell over you. At least for me they do. David Wingo, the guy behind the soundtrack, definitely helps with that too.
But my god.
"All The Real Girls" is a simple, profound film, if that even makes sense.
It basically is the definition of love. If they added another number to the word "Love" in the dictionary, the definition would just be "All The Real Girls". Seriously. It captures it beyond comprehension.
Maybe even better than the "Before" trilogy. And when I say that, I mean this film covers the complexities and ins and outs of love much deeper than the "Before" films do. However I think the 1st and…