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Lily Bradfield


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This film is so beautiful—the iconic soundtrack, the costumes, the lighting, everything! A must watch if you want to feel nostalgic for the universal feeling of falling in love.
A classic for a reason—this film will never fail to put a smile on my face. I love the retro inspired look and the quirkiness!
So utterly beautiful. Follow Cleo for these 2 hours of her day and see Varda at some of her most creative and moving moments as a filmmaker.
One of the most beautiful and moving movies about coming of age and girlhood I've seen—not just for kids, this film is like a piece of art!
Every frame of this film is like a piece of art! Such a moving tale of environmentalism and feminism.
Such an underrated Studio Ghibli classic—every time you pause the film, you land on a masterpiece. So beautiful, playful, and moving. A must see!
This film is a piece of narrative art—the way the characters grow and turn is incredible. The pace is perfect, almost like a piece of classical music that builds and builds to the perfect crescendo.
Such an iconic classic, and for good reason. This film gets better every single time I watch it—the stark and shadowed cinematography gives this Reed film the perfect edge it needs. Orson Welles is wonderfully eery in this as well, and the pacing keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire time.
This is one my favorite movies ever. Both Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson give near perfect performances, which lends to a both thrilling and moving watch. They have amazing chemistry—they make it easy to watch and enjoy this film time after time. So well written, witty, and well-paced.
This movie really captures the feeling of terror experiences in the war. Sparse dialogue paired with Hoytema's stunning cinematography paint a stunning and incredibly moving picture of the battle at Dunkirk.
Based on the truly lovely and heartbreaking short story by Alice Munro, this film brings her bittersweet work to life. Grant's complicated character paired with the pain of watching a loved one succumb to such a devastating illness makes for such an interesting and fraught dynamic. Absolutely read the short story that accompanies the film!