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The Florida Project

The Florida Project

2017
Comedy
Drama
1h 51m
The story of a precocious six year-old and her ragtag group of friends whose summer break is filled with childhood wonder, possibility and a sense of adventure while the adults around them struggle with hard times. (imdb)
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The Florida Project

2017
Comedy
Drama
1h 51m
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Rated 02 Mar 2018
91
67th
This was not the movie I was expecting, but I did end up really liking it. The scenery and set is colorful and pretty and the interactions between the characters seemed pretty real. I thought it was refreshing to see kids acting like themselves as well, because that's what the young actors were told to do and it worked. Baker is a talent to keep an eye on as well. All around it's beautiful and well-made and acted, told through a rare perspective that makes it a successful project.
Rated 21 Dec 2017
91
94th
Bubblegummo
Rated 24 Jan 2018
80
83rd
Lou Reed's "The Kids" adapted for feature length in the shadow of Disney World, with Willem Dafoe as MC to a bunch of amateurs acting their hearts out. I never knew I needed that.
Rated 31 Jan 2018
5
91st
Something about the way Baker shoots street scenes makes them feel like my own memories brought back to vivid life: the golden-hour glow of the setting sun shining down on unglamorous reality and breathing life and mystery into it, the never-ending cavalcade of cars in the background subtly intruding on the solitude of the main characters, who do their best to inure themselves from the harsh circumstances of their immediate surroundings. It's the rare film that makes me feel like a child again.
Rated 05 Nov 2017
94
90th
An amazing look at poverty from a child's perspective. You see and know exactly what is happening in the adult world but that isn't what really takes center stage, which is what makes this movie so unique. Every scene is a treat. Left me with many different angles to contemplate.
Rated 29 Jan 2018
85
92nd
Gummo for people who never heard of Harmony Korine. Dafoe is surprisingly good and the lack of narrative is going to leave a lot of dumb people asking what happened.
Rated 30 Mar 2018
93
94th
Here's my take on the ending that many seem to hate: The real ending of the movie is the heartfelt, tearjerking goodbye from Moonee to Jancey at her door. I think everything after that music kicks in isn't meant to be taken literally, it's a child's escape into imagination.
Rated 24 Jul 2018
4
55th
disney world, florida: commodifying fantasies of the young and poor, promising escape from the plight its corporate existence quietly helps to perpetuate. of course there's no place for moonee there - she's an affront to the wholesome family values it stands for -but it'll keep feeding her desires 'til the moment she reaches the locked gate. that ending is exactly as exhilarating, as plastic, as doomed as any flight into a manufactured magic kingdom must be. easily baker's most assured to date.
Rated 08 Oct 2017
85
94th
It's one thing to show the whimsy and wonder of being a kid and sticking the landing, but something else entirely to place it in a gritty, yet magical setting. As long as Sean Baker is making movies, there'll always be a reason to see them. Keep letting him tell these stories that we never knew we needed.
Rated 06 Nov 2017
90
95th
Sean Baker delivers another gem with a story about children raised by children. The film's narrow, but vivid, lens captures a trio of misfit children that absolutely steal the show. Moonee, in particular, serves as the queen of her domain, which consists of adjacent motels, ice cream shops, and the riffraff in between. Unbeknownst to the friends, their kingdom is slowly crashing down. Their naivety is gorgeous to watch.
Rated 10 Nov 2017
84
87th
If Sean Baker is the vanguard of a new, contemporary form of western neorealism in cinema, then I'm all aboard. I don't know how he elicits such wonderful, honest performances from complete non-actors, but I only grow more excited with each new film that arrives.
Rated 18 Feb 2018
85
93rd
This movie makes us want to live in these eccentric characters' supersaturated dreamland, but at the same time it also makes us cringe at how bad things can be for those left behind by the American dream. An indictment, but one in which every day is summer.
Rated 26 Nov 2018
80
79th
Contemporary US seems more and more like a decaying USSR, where a vast majority lives in collective housings, with nothing but bad food and bad TV, while elites enjoy all the power and luxuries. Or maybe USSR was even better: at least people did not have to prostitute for bread and butter, nor for housing, right? Very strong movie which narrates a harsh political story with dream-like naturalism and follows the protagonist with utmost compassion, eschewing any paternalist gaze. Great cinema.
Rated 27 Oct 2017
83
93rd
Where Ken Loach always talks didactically about social wrongs, here the lack of a proper safety net for the poor is worked in almost as subtext. The loss of control is felt everywhere though. From Dafoe's kind manager to Vinaite's reckless mom - they all have to answer to somebody. Even the carefree bliss of childhood breaks at the end and all that remains is a flight into fantasy.
Rated 28 Dec 2017
70
69th
A film oozing with personality: the framing, colours, music; the way Baker cuts from one locale to the other especially considering the limited space his film takes place in; getting to know the different sides of the characters organically, without anyone being too chatty or obvious about it. The finale was beautiful and the adult actors great but above all - and I'm not sure if it was the kid actors, script or direction (probably all three) - the depiction of childhood felt so vivid and real.
Rated 30 Dec 2017
88
93rd
Baker again shows an ability to capture an exuberant yet bracingly realistic look at life on the margins. Moonee's early adventures are charming as hell but the film becomes something special as reality slowly creeps in, the perspective widening to include Dafoe's empathetic hotel manager (maybe the best performance of his career?) and Moonee's childish and troubled mom (a startlingly natural Bria Vinaite). Cinematically alive and emotionally shattering.
Rated 29 Dec 2019
89
98th
A great movie.70 years after the Bicycle Thieves this movie show us the corridors leading numerous portions of the social classes from unemployment and underemployment to total or permanent exclusion from the world of capitalist work and from there to the unneeded populations, to those who the system neither needs nor wants to reintegrate into the world of capitalist labor.I'm keen on cinema intended for the working class, but also made by it and not by the million$ of producers.
Rated 03 Jan 2018
34
28th
it turns out all the rumors about Florida were true
Rated 17 Jan 2018
60
59th
Despite being too slow through most of the viewing, there are many moment that feel authentic. The children were surprisingly entertaining. The thin plot is slowly revealed as you follow a morally bankrupt mother and the antics of her little girl and band of friends. Willem Dafoe was great as the resigned motel manager. Bria Vinaite was very convincing as the destitute mother struggling to cope with her poverty. I disliked the rather non-ending.
Rated 30 Jan 2018
2
18th
An overly disconnected experience. The word graining comes to mind, I didn't feel much compassion and nothing film-wise really captured me. Hell, I'll go for the hat trick, Dafoe is overrated here. Actually one more, that ending was horrendous.
Rated 02 Feb 2018
70
69th
well, if you ever find yourself thinking "it's been a while since i really, really hated some obnoxious piece of shit person for about 2 hours", you're in luck.
Rated 26 Feb 2018
96
98th
A shame this did not get a BP nod, especially considering the contenders, as it is my favorite film of 2017. Baker somehow captures the playful innocence of childhood in summer - with clever nods to Disney attractions - from a perspective rarely seen in film. The very real, improvised performances - esp. from Mooney and her mom - add a weight to the dramatic climax.
Rated 21 Mar 2018
99
99th
Rarely has a movie stuck with me as much as this one. It paints a picture of poverty that isn't the usual cliche.The whole setting makes the movie look beautiful and the writing and direction is incredibly human and emotional. The fact that Willem Dafoe does some of his best work and yet a first time actress and an at the time seven year old are able to pull their weight next to him is nothing short of amazing.
Rated 13 Apr 2018
81
82nd
This is an excellent film. The cast does a great job here. The actors playing the kids are very believable and the dialogue seems very real and natural Overall I would definitely recommend this film.
Rated 02 May 2018
97
95th
Such a beautiful movie, but it broke my heart and made me super sad. The world we live in seems so broken again. And kids are paying the price. So yeah, this was deeply affecting and incredibly shot. Every shot matters, every detail counts. Yeah, even the break-the-convention ending. It's good.
Rated 29 May 2018
85
90th
I am positively allergic to most child "actors", so when I started to watch this on the plane, I almost changed movies. But within 10 minutes, I was hooked. Stupendous movie-making. I don't know how Sean Baker did it--with his vision, the script, and the cast (especially the children) he created some sort of special alchemy. Surely much of it was improvised--and all of it was spot on. Bravo to all. Like most, not crazy about the surrealist ending, but I just dislike surrealism in general.
Rated 15 Jun 2018
83
89th
Will only buy the blu-ray if there's 5 hours of B-roll of Dafoe talking to birds
Rated 24 Jul 2018
85
92nd
Summer days in the life of marginalized people at the poorest possible hotel located near the most famous place in the world. Baker's broad - wide shots and open spaces -, and unjudgmental look is as realistic as fantastic, depicting life as it is while also turning it into mayhem (adults) or fable (kids). Boredom, rap, abandoned condos, a lost Brazilian couple, a swamp with cows, Dafoe talking to birds, a magic sense of adventure and real human experience. What a joy to watch this.
Rated 09 Aug 2018
90
94th
I'm not usually a huge fan of these slow, quiet "slice-of-life" kind of films, but this absolutely did it for me. 10 minutes in nothing was happening yet I was already completely hooked; two hours later and I had tears in my eyes and had felt pretty much every emotion that exists. Understated, yet simultaneously powerful. A triumph of film-making and a masterpiece of humanist story-telling.
Rated 20 Mar 2024
21
2nd
It can only be a sign of excellence when a character can cause within you a reaction so strong that you apply it to the actor themselves so it goes without saying that Bria Vinaite gives a great performance. Having said that, I would pay money to never see her again, in any capacity. Best of luck...elsewhere.
Rated 11 Sep 2017
78
84th
Both fun and heartbreaking. Could have been done really poorly with one dimensional characters, but Sean Baker aces this due to his non judgmental portrayal of each character.
Rated 12 Oct 2017
75
59th
Willem Dafriend is the true MVP. I feel like I've been watching this film after taking a dip in the pool for an hour. As it stands, i understand the ending, i don't like it, but i'll forgive it.
Rated 14 Oct 2017
80
72nd
Equal parts droning and electrifying. Sean Baker continues to spotlight the purity hidden in the shadowed areas of society. This film (like all of his films) is important and remarkably human.
Rated 20 Oct 2017
88
98th
A gorgeous, hilarious, heartbreaking film that you won't be able to get out of your head.
Rated 28 Oct 2017
85
75th
I will never get over how flooringly awful the final minute of this movie is compared to how borderline great all of the rest of it is. The candid performances, a beautiful portrayal child's obliviousness of the passage of time. The film brilliantly explores the realm outside a child's perspective by sticking with loyally in nearly every scene. Willem Dafoe obviously steals the show, along with the mother. But geez - that ending. Perhaps the worst ending of any really good movie I've ever seen
Rated 13 Dec 2017
76
65th
An impressionistic look at the lives of down-and-out families, THE FLORIDA PROJECT proudly wears its emotions on its sleeve. Its combination of clear-eyed wonder and bleak hardship is genuinely compelling, not to mention voyeuristic. If the movie's intention is to illuminate how the other half lives, it provides only a limited view on the extreme ends of the spectrum, from crass stereotypes to impossibly saintly allies, with an ending that brings delight and frustration in equal measure.
Rated 18 May 2020
78
62nd
So a few weeks ago I figured Steeley Dan might be one of the greatest bands of all time which also means I'm ready to be a dad. Then I watched The Florida Project. Now I wanna smoke meth, get a few piercings, and have an abortion. Good movie.
Rated 01 Jan 2018
0
2nd
Two hours spent in the company of intensely annoying bratty kids and trailer trash moms? No thanks. Within twenty minutes I was hoping the lot of them would die, knowing that they weren't going to, and that nothing was going to change for the next ninety. And nothing did. And then it signed off with one of the most ridiculously inept endings I've ever seen. I want my two hours back, and I didn't even have any plans this evening.
Rated 07 Jan 2018
88
94th
(KES-SIMMEE)
Rated 18 Jan 2018
7
57th
The constant struggle of keeping food on the table and a roof over your head is something I'm sure a lot people can relate to all too well. I could literally feel the noose tightening around my neck as Moonee's mom tried to make ends meet, regardless of the questionable practices she kept resorting to. Although hamstrung by a woefully misguided ending - a well-intended idea that lacks in execution - Baker delivers another great film about the often unseen world that exists right in front of us.
Rated 08 Feb 2018
43
42nd
worth a watch
Rated 10 Feb 2018
86
77th
I was yelling at the TV during that atrocious final scene. Good movie though :P
Rated 10 Feb 2018
95
99th
This film is amazing on so many levels.
Rated 12 Feb 2018
75
65th
A really beautiful film, but I feel like I took away the wrong things from it. Such as: man, kids are annyoing. Dafoe is all the heart, surrounded by a bunch of unfortunate characters of which too few are portrayed sympathetically. The ending is the biggest dud all year.
Rated 25 Feb 2018
85
79th
I am grateful for Sean Baker's humanism, even as I struggled profoundly with the outright animalistic immaturity highlighted in Halley's character. She is all impulse, and her daughter is clearly on her way to the same kind of fate. This is also constructed quite well. While it feels almost haphazard throughout, Baker wisely uses a series of strong contrasts in the last act of the film to jar us from the "Celebration" of the preceding 90 minutes.
Rated 27 Feb 2018
95
84th
Very real and while Dafoe was natural and delivered an excellent performance, I though Bria Vinaite really shined in her role.
Rated 31 Mar 2022
64
36th
I worked front desk at a hotel for way too long, so I may be a bit biased. Trying to ignore that, I found there to be an unresolved tension between the monotonous realism and the more fantastical elements, which leads to an ending that is understandable but goes so far off the rails in execution it's unreal. And like most realist works everything is filmed too passively for it to have much of an impact. Dafoe lights up the screen every time he's on. Haven't been impressed by Baker so far.
Rated 28 Mar 2018
80
75th
A great look at the carefree, innocence of youth where reality continually inches in. I was flooded with memories of my own childhood. This features possibly the best child actors who feel like actual children.
Rated 31 Mar 2018
85
92nd
adorei a experiência de assistir esse filme. Foi meu primeiro do Sean Baker e tem coisas muito originais.
Rated 18 Apr 2018
5
94th
Florida Gothic
Rated 04 Aug 2021
80
89th
I don't know why this movie felt like it was going to be homework going in, but boy was I glad to be wrong. Sean Baker has an otherworldly ability to get natural performances from his actors and seems to find that magical balance between a story that's all plot-driven and one that's just a meandering day-in-the-life. And the setting here gives everything an almost-surreal sheen that makes the whole film that much more interesting.
Rated 08 Jun 2018
80
57th
A wonderful display of the more shadier circumstances in humanity. Reaches out to the audience with a wistful attitude. It's a beautiful breakthrough for Bria and Brooklynn. Dafoe is superb of course.
Rated 26 Dec 2018
14
7th
The kind of crawling, self-indulgent character drama that only works if you're building up to something great. As it stands, this film takes its sweet time advancing toward one of the worst endings ever seen in Oscar-bait, a jarring 30-second GoPro shot that will leave you utterly confused about how a climax like that ever got greenlit to begin with.
Rated 02 Jul 2019
90
87th
It sounds like stuff you have seen before, but this is told in a very different way. It's less about plot and more about the accumulation of day to day detail. Willem Dafoe plays the motel manager, and it's an incredible performance that tells you exactly who this man is with almost no scenes or dialogue that speak directly to his character.
Rated 31 Oct 2017
92
60th
Visually stunning and a moving plot. Fantastic performances by all the leads. Feels like a slice of life from a world most of us will never know.
Rated 11 Nov 2017
65
64th
might be too subtle for its own good in terms of its important message resonating with people who need to see it. enjoyable in bursts. the ending is dumb.
Rated 22 Nov 2017
76
46th
The final cut to iPhone footage is the essence
Rated 31 Dec 2017
90
91st
Baker gave us a beautifully shot film that uses colours extremely well. Yes, the kids are pricks but there's an endearing mischief present... and tbh, they made me laugh a bunch of times. Not a lot happens 'til the end but it's never boring. I don't have a problem spending time with unlikable characters like the mom. Great child performances, especially from Brooklyn Prince. Ending hammered home the reality that right outside of Disney is poverty, something that applies to many vacation spots.
Rated 07 Jan 2018
68
70th
Much better than "Tangerine", there is a lot that "The Florida Project" gets right; the dialogue is great including the "childspeak", Vinaite is pretty great as the white-trash wretch who became a mom way too young, and Bobby is an excellent character despite the miscast Willem Dafoe's inadequate performance. Sadly, the movie plods for most of the running time before anything surprising happens, and the ending (blatantly referencing an old European movie) underwhelms.
Rated 04 Mar 2023
80
80th
a beautiful microcosm and parable of idealism vs realism, innocence lost and fragile innocence held, the artificial paradise of orlando and the truth of its surroundings
Rated 16 Nov 2023
94
79th
A hard but honest look at modern American poverty done in an original way. The performances are top tier, especially the children. Of course, Dafoe shines as the sympathetic motel manager as well
Rated 03 Feb 2018
88
79th
Slice-of-life drama is likely to frustrate anyone seeking a concrete narrative; an alternately fascinating and harrowing depiction of the quiet struggles of living at the poverty line. Outstanding performances by all, with first-timer Vinaite especially impressive going toe-to-toe with Dafoe, who's never been better. A naturalistic group of child performers are also terrific, with Prince standing out especially. Only the final shot doesn't quite provide the catharsis that the film needs.
Rated 03 Feb 2018
75
49th
This should be watched as a sequel to "American Honey". It's about the place where the teens from that movie end up.
Rated 05 Feb 2018
80
86th
I'm pretty sure that Brooklyn Prince's character must have been motion captured by an actress who is far older. Whether or not this is indeed the case, her performance is never short of captivating.
Rated 08 Feb 2018
79
70th
Lots of great scenes here, runs a little long though.
Rated 08 Feb 2018
90
66th
Child psychologists should study how Baker managed to get the kids in this film to be as good as they are, because they're all magnificent (outside of one scene). The worst thing that could be said about this film is that it's cute.
Rated 09 Feb 2018
73
56th
Really jumped the shark at the end there, pity.
Rated 10 Feb 2018
65
45th
Direction and acting make it a movie that deserves respect for its technical qualities. In general, very good acting. And a strong direction that makes the movie flows naturally.
Rated 11 Feb 2018
75
81st
This is one of the best 'slice of life' films I've ever seen. It just captures childhood, innocence, summer, Florida (probably), and the reality of people in desperate situations so perfectly. The locations and colours were so beautiful yet hideous. Dafoe was excellent, as usual, and the little girl in the lead role was really impressive and naturalistic. It was funny, very emotional, and illustrative of the impact films can have despite having little in the way of budget and story.
Rated 22 Feb 2018
83
92nd
Youthfully melancholic
Rated 21 Sep 2020
90
89th
Feels pristine and down to earth. One wonders how many stories like these are there out there. Probably a lot, and it's getting worse every year because we live a broken system, system that works in favor to those who already have enough. Performances are award-worthy and presented with such feeling it's a joy to watch. A joy to watch such a sad, sad movie. I felt a bit like a hypocrite... on my cozy ottoman sofa.
Rated 26 Feb 2018
80
63rd
A nicely atmospheric non-narrative film, and with a lot of kids screaming excitedly, it's surprisingly relaxing, the sound design along with everything else adding to how much this environment gets brought to life (the incidental helicopters just adding that little Herzogian touch). It may miss out on being perfectly capped off, but the poor are portrayed in an authentically sunny way that's rare for modern realist cinema.
Rated 27 Feb 2018
91
93rd
So people hate the ending cuz they want this child to just be miserable. Good flick reminded me of the short spell in my youth that my dad lived in a motel. Scamming arby's throwing shit on people from the second floor.
Rated 27 Feb 2018
70
60th
An interesting cast of characters.
Rated 28 Feb 2018
8
71st
liked the general hyper-realism and the kids that actually acted like real kids for once
Rated 01 Mar 2018
81
69th
It stayed with me for much longer than expected.
Rated 03 Mar 2018
73
83rd
Sometimes a little too calculated, often subtle, always a brilliant Willem Dafoe.
Rated 04 Mar 2018
83
91st
Brooklyn Prince's performance here deserves an applause for its energy and charm. Dafoe and Vinaite also capture their characters perfectly. This is one beautiful film that makes you think the characters and not just the ones inside the film. We always know where the story is heading. We know the celebration would end but all we can do is to enjoy the moments we have. It lacked some of the zest of tangerine but made with its brilliant visuals and stronger characters.
Rated 04 Mar 2018
100
98th
I do not have the correct words to express just how good this movie is
Rated 19 Mar 2018
65
62nd
The Florida Project is a film driven by performances especially from Prince, Vinaite, and Defoe. The plot seems more like a vignette of misadventures, but they're somewhat captivating like a watching imminent car crash. Overall, the film is actually quite depressing; the poverty, the compromises, the bad parenting... I'm not sure how I feel about the ending; though a girl and her bestie running through the lie that is Disney World is somewhat fitting.
Rated 24 Apr 2018
80
86th
Really enjoyed this one. Might not be a flashy spectacle but the intricacies and detail, the innocence and the hardships are all really very well balanced to tell a great "slice of life" style film. It is actually quite beautiful in its own right. The performances, particularly from the kids, are all terrific and Willem Dafoe acts as a subtle but necessary anchor, without ever dominating the screen.
Rated 03 May 2018
7
73rd
thought provoking, non -judgemental insight into life on the margins of the happiest place on earth. Outstanding naturalistic performances from all the children and a host of interesting adult characters.
Rated 12 May 2018
80
88th
What a BEAUTIFUL movie!!! It had a very dark undertone, but was mostly about the innocence of children. And the camerawork was amazing, like watching a documentary in stead of a movie. GREAT Acting too! LOVED IT.
Rated 11 May 2020
80
80th
Not really funny, but the story has a lot of depth and all of the acting, especially the child actors, are great.
Rated 20 Jun 2018
7
84th
An interesting mix of a kind of dreamy atmosphere that evokes a lot of childhood wonder and beautiful cinematography (with a very Wes Anderson color scheme) with some brutally depressing subject matter about poverty and trying to keep yourself “just” desperately poor and living in a shitbag motel instead of literally homeless. Subtly intoxicating, depressing and involving all at once, with an ending that’s a bit silly.
Rated 02 Oct 2018
80
95th
This is an amazing way to tell a story. Both delivering the wonders of being a kid, and the hardships of being a single mother poverty.. Such a great film in its ways of showing the tough part of life.. Great directing, great acting, great script.. Only question mark in my head still is the very very very very end. You understand when you see.
Rated 19 Jan 2019
91
96th
With The Florida Project, Sean Baker has crafted a naturally flowing film with emotionally engaging characters. The admirable thing about this movie is how it treats all of its characters with such care and understanding. Its contrast between the innocence of the children and the weight of what's actually happening puts a unique tint on the film.
Rated 08 Feb 2019
90
91st
Immensely tender and charming.
Rated 15 Mar 2019
80
90th
Starts a bit rough, but progressively becomes something great. There isn’t really a good central character to anchor the film, Dafoe’s character is probably the closest we get to this. The kid-only scenes get slightly tiresome early on, but it’s nice to see a realistic portrayal as opposed to what we usually see in film. Well directed, acted, and the characters (even the mom) earn my sympathy quite often.
Rated 08 Apr 2019
95
98th
Such an amazing film. I love how it starts bravely, depicting the neighborhood from the pov of the children with little to no dialogue, and how it slowly switches to narrate its plot. It says so many things about poverty in the US, capitalism, and motherhood and it does it in the most gentle way even though it focuses on a filthy side of the country that so many try not to look at. Easily one of my favorite films. Ever. Yes, that is a bold statement. I stand by it.
Rated 31 Oct 2023
15
5th
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Rated 04 Nov 2017
70
49th
Visually impressive and endearing naturalistic. It drifts into indie tropes a little too often for me to recommend it unconditionally but it's an above average low-budget film by a promising filmmaker.
Rated 04 Dec 2019
90
96th
Willem Dafoe the manager is the performance we never knew we needed
Rated 13 Feb 2018
61
37th
Good acting but overrated film.
Rated 05 Mar 2018
12
8th
Áries
Rated 05 Mar 2018
85
89th
FAK YU AMERIKA
Rated 07 Apr 2018
76
69th
Çocuklar ve tabii ki Willem Dafoe muazzamlar.
Rated 29 May 2018
87
79th
86.00+.50 = 86.50.
Rated 15 Aug 2018
61
30th
Pretty long and pretty uneventful, but pretty. A little on-the-nose, but nicely done. Except for the heavily out-of-tone, cheesy ending. And some of the more amateurish stuff. Bria Vinaite was really good. More, please.
Rated 19 Sep 2020
49
28th
Depraved world seen through child eyes. Theoretically they live in paradise, yet they are so far from it. Great natural acting by the main kid character, Moonee. Slow paced, lots of pastel colors.

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