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Prince Avalanche (dir. David Gordon Green, 2013)

Nice threads, right?A phenomenally acted movie, Prince Avalanche features Rudd and Hirsch playing two lost souls working on a highway in Texas. They look like Mario and Luigi

La Haine 20 years on: what has changed? |La Haine, the controversial 1995 drama that held up a mirror to the social ills of modern France, arrived during a dark time in the country’s history. Twenty years on, with a sequel mooted and France again experiencing uncertain times, we reflect on the film’s lasting significance

In La Haine held up a mirror to modern France’s social ills. Now, with a sequel mooted and France again experiencing uncertainty, we reflect on the film’s legacy

Francis Ford Coppola

"You have to really be courageous about your instincts and your ideas. Otherwise you'll just knuckle under, and things that might have been memorable will be lost." - Francis Ford Coppola THE RAINMAKER

Finding Neverland.

Finding Neverland (with Jonny Depp) i have to pin this again. this isnt the type of depphead dream girl heart/sign its kindness and wishing.

The Conformist - Bernardo Bertolucci

Essay on experience is the best teacher analytical narrative essay Liam is reading the essay to me & I'm not even listening.

The Graduate - The relationship between Elain and Ben is not well developed, and Hoffman's character is often unlikable, but the bizarre profound direction, and Hoffman's performance create a pogniant social satire, with one of the greatest endings of all time. (7.5/10)

The Graduate - Directed by Mike Nichols - Recent college graduate Benjamin Braddock is trapped into an affair with Mrs. Robinson, who happens to be the wife of his father's business partner and then finds himself falling in love with her daughter, Elaine.