One of the great tragedies in modern horror is that many of the best contemporary releases in the genre often go tragically underrated and under recognized by the bulk of audiences, while attaining general apathy and dismissal from those who do give them a chance.
High quality and cerebral releases like "It Follows" and "The Witch" are condemned as "boring" and "pointless" by people who refuse to analyze their themes and deeper meanings.
The other movies were Šašavi robijaši (1980), Tvoje drugo ja (1991) and Silver Streak (1976).
Additionally, both men were involved in Vruća sedla (1974): Pryor as a co-writer and Gene as Jim, the Waco Kid.
However, the aspects of indie films I mentioned above which I deem so important are all missing here.
Once you have accepted the awkward premise (which is far-fetched enough) that the protagonist Maggie (Greta Gerwig) desperately wants to reunite her husband John (Ethan Hawke) with his ex-wife (Julianne Moore), the film misses all its chances to handle the characters' issues with precision and depth.
We follow lead character Maddie (co-writer Kate Siegel), an author who lives alone out in the woods and is struggling to come up with an ending for her latest novel.
A shy woman (Mélanie Bernier) moves into her new apartment in Paris, helped by her sister Charlotte (Lilou Fogli).
She longs to be a professional pianist and has just moved out of the house of her piano teacher, Evguenie (Grégoire Oestermann).
A story that follows as a New York woman (who doesn't really have an apartment) apprentices for a dance company (though she's not really a dancer) and throws herself headlong into her dreams, even as their possibility dwindles.
Maggie's plan to have a baby on her own is derailed when she falls in love with John, a married man, destroying his volatile marriage to the brilliant and impossible Georgette.
However, tonight she is not alone- for a twisted and disturbed masked man (John Gallagher Jr.) appears and begins to stalk her and taunt her, threatening to kill her as he has several others. she is a deaf-mute, and cannot necessarily hear him coming.