• ScreeningNotes

    ★★★

    Price of self-actualization in middle-class suburbia: one Ferrari.

    Lynchian presentation of white-collar America as fundamentally dysfunctional (absent parents, disinterested youth); Cameron falls into A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, caught in the static shadows of Seurat’s idle bourgeoisie, staring at the one character alive enough to move into the sunlight.

    Funnier than I remember, and the (maybe?) fact that Bueller is trying to help Cameron learn how to have fun makes up for a little bit…

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  • ScreeningNotes

    ★★★

    In a selfish attempt to cope with his separation anxiety, a sociopathic student abuses his relationship with his mentally unstable best friend in order to throw his future away on a single day of raucous debauchery.

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