only scary thing about this film is the gaslighting
woah what.. how is this not talked about more? i've been binge watching trashy films lately and saw this on netflix, honestly the synopsis doesn't do it any justice, it isn't a simple film about crushes.. it's a coming of age, double perspective, profound personality study of two highly interesting pre-teens that have confused feelings for each other and how their backgrounds and social statuses play a part in their interaction, also since the film is set in the 1960s,…
You might say I am exaggerating, but I truly believe that the existence of this movie is contributing to saving cinema. Most of the movies that are out nowadays are remakes, sequels/prequels or commercial and nostalgic gash-grabs. This movie has come to revolutionize cinema by offering us something we have absolutely never been offered before. It fucking rocks.
The surrealist comedy and social satire tie in together to create a groundbreaking commentary on our sociopolitical climate, all while serving the…
A general feeling of comfort that intensifies with each interaction but still ends up breaking your heart.
A film that presents a family that isn't connected by blood but by a warm bond that grows through simple moments of love and kindness. Misery breeds company, and Shoplifters is the prime example of miserable people picking each other's company thus implying that you can choose the family that surrounds you.
There's something so warm about watching all the wonderful times they…