The Florida Project
Drama • R • 2017 • 1 hr 52 min
i really liked this one. stuck with me years after watching it. great work.
A really good story with a great ending.
This was sad. But definitely real. Don’t see that many films where kids become the power of the story.
One of the best films I’ve ever seen - engaging, emotional, painful, beautiful. It just got to me.
This film is as close to a slice of reality as it can get, and that reality is very important to see. It is just so authentically human.
Humanizes a child’s experience growing up in a transient environment. Great performances. Brilliantly shot. Deeply affecting.
This movie is special because it was made with a child’s perspective in mind. Not a lot of films can or even try to achieve that.
Sean Baker’s slice of life film making style works excellent for this story. It Shows that kids with no direction will find one themselves.
Disney can suck it for trying to sue this film.
So innocent and optimistic while showing a real hell too many face. Great art, wonderful cast, the kids are very talented here!
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