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  • God's Own Country

    God's Own Country

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    "It's beautiful here. It's beautiful here, but lonely, no?
    - Gheorge

    Slow but intimate and gentle yet moving. God's Own Country is that one romantic film that ends with a warm hug. A proper character study of a closeted young farmer (Johnny) with sexual frustrations being projected through casual drinking and sexual trips with strangers and a migrant Romanian worker (Gheorge) who will be the only solution to awaken and embrace their inner sexuality.

    Shot in Yorkshire's earthy and bleak…

  • Female Trouble

    Female Trouble

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    "The world of the heterosexual is a sick and boring life."
    "Queers are just better. I'd be so proud if you was a fag."
    "And remember, my offer still stands. If you get tired of being a Hare Krishna, you come live with me and be a lesbian!"
    - Aunt Ida

    Too much is an understatement for a John Waters x Divine collaboration. Female Trouble is messy, horrible trash full of evocative quotes, campiness, shock value, and a plotless narrative…

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  • Better Days

    Better Days

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    "You'll protect the world, I'll protect you"
    - Xiao Bei

    Bullying has been tackled by countless films to expose its relevance by correlating it to academic pressure, and the likes of it. However, Better Days highlighted its themes of bullying by starting with what looks like a clichΓ© story but sooner divulges to an interesting and compelling narration of teenage life, school, justice, love, and many more.

    P.S. Please save your tears for later. Literally! The ending will drain your tear ducts, for sure.

    PERSONAL RATING : 92%

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  • The Dreamers

    The Dreamers

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    "As we walked, we talked and talked and talked about politics, about movies, and about why the French could never come close to producing a good rock band."
    - Matthew

    A sensual and artistic ode to cinephiles in the course of the late 1960's Parisian revolution, Bertolucci's The Dreamers introduced us to two young french cinΓ©aste and an American exchange student that were linked by their passion for films. Later on, their friendship escalated quickly when their parents went away,…