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A comedic genius talking about the future like he had time travelled, spent a decent amount of the time there and came back to warn us. This is genuinely scary to watch and the laughter of many ignorant audience members makes it even worse. Couldn't have been executed by any other person but Sam Hyde with his energy and movement. I wonder what that same audience would react like now, knowing the state of the world with our corrupted "democracies" and a planet dominated by an apple, a bald guy, an ad company, and a money hungry programmer who wants to own everything and everybody.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The narrative invites us into the life of a school teacher living in a small town who loves his job but is constantly thinking about his son that is with his divorced wife. Lucas(the teacher) is friendly with all of Theo's(his best friend) family members, including Klara(his daughter). The conflict begins when Klara is shown an explicit video from her brothers friends on a tablet which she becomes visually annoyed. She then goes to school, kisses Lucas on the mouth…
An unforgettable experience. For such a hard hitting film it is so calm and peaceful that you start to wonder if you're still watching the same movie. Brilliant performances from Brie and Jacob. I loved the path this movie took and how it delivered such a meaningful ending.
Ma and I have decided that we don't know what we like, we get to try everything.
There are so many things out here. And sometimes, it's scary, but that's okay, because it's still just you and me.
During our lives we experience everything, the highest of highs and lowest of lows with a side of that special part that is the usual pause, the inevitable middle. It's a never ending train that stops for brief moments so we can breathe. The movie brings to light some great arguments, those that happen to be very similar to an excellent movie by the name of Synedoche, New York. In conclusion it's really up to your understanding of the story…