If you like the arthouse cinema, there are many great options to watch this year. Forget about commercial movies and give a chance to independent films that portray different stories from several perspectives. Laugh and cry with arthouse films that reflect life and its problems, humans and their interactions. This year you have to watch Palo Altoand Alone Yet Not Alone.
This is a drama about teenagers and their problems. Although many people think that being young is the greatest part of our lives, teenagers have their own problems and issues and this movie reflects them.
Palo Alto is based on a book of short storieswritten by James Franco. In this movies stars:
and Zoe Levin.
Alone Yet Not Alone
This is an arthouse film set in the 18th century during the colonial time. The story is about a forced marriage during this hard period of time and how faith can help humans to overcome adverse circumstances. The movie involves a family separation and how the members of the family manage to survive.
These movies are highly recommended if you want to enjoy a different time alone or with your family. There is always a good excuse to watch arthouse movies.
Zach Braff, directs and stars the movie Wish I Was Here, a indie film that will debut in the Sundance Film Festival 2014. It’s a comedy drama movie that narrates the story of a straggling father and husband looking for a purpose for his life.
Independent Film brings an important list of 50 quality movies for the 2014 to be enjoy by the cinema lovers. Between the movie that stand up from the list are:
Big Eyes – Tim Burton
Dear White People – Justin Simien
Everything Will Be Fine – Wim Wenders
Far From the Madding Crowd – Thomas Vinterberg
Foxcatcher – Bennett Miller
The Grand Budapest Hotel – Wes Anderson
Happy Christmas – Joe Swanberg
The Immigrant – James Gray
Love is Strange – Ira Sachs
Night Moves – Kelly Reichardt
Nymphomaniac – Lars von Trier
The Sacrament – Ti West
Suite Francaise – Saul Dibb
Tracks – John Curran
Wish I Was Here – Director: Zach Braff
Palo Alto Movie
James Franco stars the indie film Palo Alto, directed by the recognized director Gia Coppola. Highlighted in the Venice Film Festival 2013. Palo Alto became the first big project for Coppola Jr., who comes from a three-generation family tradition of great directors of the indie film movement.
Emma Roberts (April) together with James Franco (Teddy) stars the love story developed in the community of California. It’s a story full of drama and complication for the young couple.