Living in Oblivion
Comedy • R • 1995 • 1 hr 30 min
If you’re interested in film, this movie is gonna be really enjoyable for you
A low-budget movie about the making of a low budget movie. Incredible to see some characters scaling from poor to good acting over the takes
the best combination of indie and comedy. This movie is heartfelt, interesting, and showcases the ups and downs of the creative process.
Truly one of the best films about filmmaking, with an excellent turn by Steve Buscemi and an enthralling plot device
Great movie about making a movie :) Steve Buscemi is amazing. For cinema fans
Funny indie comedy about the various neuroses of people involved in independent filmmaking
Quite enjoyable and fun! I'd say it's underrated.
An indie staple! Funny & cheeky take on filmmaking & human interactions.
Funny and actually teaches about the filmmaking process
A creative look at the filmmaking process and the stress that comes with it. If you have any interest in filmmaking, you should see this.
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