The Worst Person in the World

The Worst Person in the World ★★★★½

This is so, SO cathartic. It's karmic and circular in all the best ways; the structure never feels forced, and it feels like an honest reflection on the incomplete feeling inherent in having untraveled roads in life. It's easy to TELL people not to live their life full of doubts and "what-ifs", but actually reckoning with the endless possibilities in life and being told to just "make the best choice" is just daunting. Trier's combination of style and substance is sleek, too. I love being baffled by the storytelling style, but never feeling disconnected from the characters.

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-> When You Finish Saving the World

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