You should expand your movie watching…
1. Enter the Void (2009)
This movie, directed by Gaspar Noé, is a trip, taking you inside the mind of someone who seemingly has died but whose spirit travels between past, present, and future. A unique, intense, colorful ride of a movie, one of the rare that fully exploits the potential of movies.
2. Heartbeats (2011)
This visually beautiful and compelling movie by Xavier Dolan tells the story of two friends, a guy and a girl, who fall in love with the same man. It’s a romantic, intriguing, and gorgeous film.
3. Party Monster (2003)
This cult classic, starring child star turned eccentric visual artist Macaulay Culkin in a memorable performance as “King of the Club Kids,” as well as Seth Green and Chloe Sevigny, is a gaudy, eye-popping tour through late-80s/early-90s New York clubland. To me the low production values and sometimes sloppy directing and acting are excusable, charming…
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