Sheltered Claudia is trying to survive in the wake of her mother’s suicide when Grace, a local girl arrives and changes her life.
Since the death of her mother Lillian, Beth has been unable to move on both figuratively and literally. She stayed at home with her, now widowed mother Ruth, whilst her three siblings moved on with their lives, fell in love and pursued their dreams. On the eve of Ruth’s 60th birthday, Beth discovers a portal to the past in the forest by her home. She soon becomes addicted to that place and the memories, oblivious to the danger that lay ahead.
Acting anonymously, influenced by her former punk activist mother and female punk music, Vivian creates Moxie. Moxie is a zine fuelled by the injustice, that she leaves all over school. Soon it’s awash with the burning rage of girls who’ve just put up with the sexism and the harassment.
Russell, a rookie drag queen needs to escape the City after a recent break up, he flees to the safety of his grandmother’s house in the country. Though whilst there he learns some hard truths and finds a new kind of kinship.
Palm Springs asks the questions that scholars still pour over like is life meaningless, what gives life meaning, and what does it mean to be happy? But with quick quips from Samberg and terrifically delivery of lines from Milioti it’s a fun take on the time loop genre of films.
Wrong Turn, 2021 is a series reboot about a group of friends who when hiking the Appalachian trail come face to face with a dangerous enemy.
Cassie is like an avenging angel. Her rage is so intense and so righteous.
Moral ambiguity, vagueness, and grey fog is what makes films like I Care A Lot so enjoyable.