I find the romantic ideal of the poor being the more “close to Earth” than all of us peasants and their struggle being just part of their spiritual journey to self enlightenment more repulsive with each new entry of these indie darlings in the wave of vague anti capitalist narratives that do everything in their power to make you believe that a company like Amazon actually care about its workers. 

But what did you expect from someone who takes the beauty of Malick for a narrative that can be so redundant in its overall propositions and so miserable for this approach. Not so much a disclosure of the status quo as much as an acceptance of it.

This decade’s Into The Wild.

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