Mutual Appreciation (Andrew Bujalski, 2005) 4/5
Do people realize how much courage it takes to make films like these? Films that are basically about nothing with no drama and no apparent importance? I’m sure a lot of filmmakers would cower from doing a film like this just because they feel like it’s not worth making a film about or whatever. But truth is it’s films like this that are what’s most important to me and they’re the ones that I find to be really inspiring and moving. So I’m really glad filmmakers like Andrew Bujalski are given the opportunity to keep on making films because American independent cinema absolutely needs him. P.S. This films looks AWESOME. 

Mutual Appreciation (Andrew Bujalski, 2005) 4/5

Do people realize how much courage it takes to make films like these? Films that are basically about nothing with no drama and no apparent importance? I’m sure a lot of filmmakers would cower from doing a film like this just because they feel like it’s not worth making a film about or whatever. But truth is it’s films like this that are what’s most important to me and they’re the ones that I find to be really inspiring and moving. So I’m really glad filmmakers like Andrew Bujalski are given the opportunity to keep on making films because American independent cinema absolutely needs him. P.S. This films looks AWESOME. 

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  5. warmintheshadows said: 95% of indie movies made today are about low stakes personal stories. This is a great film but it’s not unique
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