stood on the cliffside screaming, "give me a reason"
every time i watch movies that center around themes of friendship, my depression acts up and i also start feeling lonely because i don't really know what friendship is, i've never had any friends, and even if i consider someone a friend (which happens often) they don't consider me a friend so it just cancels out. i don't know why i'm treating this letterboxd review like a diary entry but i needed to let it out somewhere :(. i laughed throughout the entire movie but now that it's over, i'm left with my own thoughts. i'm just gonna stop here before i share too much info.
I can't even start this with a quote because I don't want to spoil anything for you.
This didn't feel like a film. This felt like a dream. It's so hard to look away from the screen. You literally can't stop watching, as if you were in a trance.
The score was exceptionally beautiful and exquisite. It was fueled with emotion, it makes you cry, it makes you smile. It overwhelms you with emotion and it feels so good.
“We felt that if we kept looking hard enough, we might begin to understand what they were feeling and who they were”
Throughout the film, you feel as if you were one of the boys, you desperately wanted to understand them, help them, and save them; even though you know that you can't. this film entrances you. You connect to the sisters so much, that you start to care about them; as if you knew them; as if they were…