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The Future

Drama, Fantasy, Romance 1h 31m 2011

AroView: Another arthouse treasure from the writer/director/actor behind ME AND YOU EVERYONE WE KNOW concerns an atypical 30-something LA couple who consciously change their lives in anticipation of becoming the proud new parents of a… stray cat.

With a narrative spun from a series of organically connected scenes, July’s talent restores respectability to the much-maligned indie term ‘quirky’ with scenes that bristle with ideas and have their idiosyncracies in all the right places. Entirely recommended for anyone with an outsider sensibility and an artistic bent.

AroView: Another arthouse treasure from the writer/director/actor behind ME AND YOU EVERYONE WE KNOW concerns an atypical 30-something LA couple who consciously change their lives in anticipation of becoming the proud new parents of a… stray cat.

With a narrative spun from a series of organically connected scenes, July’s talent restores respectability to the much-maligned indie term ‘quirky’ with scenes that bristle with ideas and have their idiosyncracies in all the right places. Entirely recommended for anyone with an outsider sensibility and an artistic bent.

“Not a crowd-pleaser by any measure, but a mature, bold and recklessly inquisitive film.” ~ David Jenkins, Time Out.

Director

Miranda July

Language

English

Countries

USA, UK

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