Hokey as hell, and the opposite of a nuanced look at law enforcement and the issue of prohibition.
Loved this film and was so thoroughly taken with it. I've often thought of it over the last six months, and legitimately wondered if this lifestyle could one day fit my own wandering tendencies and seeming inability to settle.
Listened to the non-fiction audiobook this week (after months stuck on the library's waitlist), and found that there is so much more to this community and the people than the movie addresses. It was an infuriating experience learning about how these…
I watch movies specifically to feel something. In 2 and a half hours I didn’t here. Well, except for disappointment and frustration.
The way the film’s sole key female character was wrote seemed straight out of a John Green novel. An easily disposable beautiful, mysterious, highly sexual, former girl next door with a deep sadness (that we never receive any insight into) who matters only so much as she affects and attracts the incredibly average male protagonist. That’s a no from me.