i’m not sure i’ve ever told you this.
i have a knack for picking out good movies. documentaries especially.
by no means would i ever claim to be ahead of the game or anything, but i do a decent job of going into a movie store or on to blockbuster dot com and stumbling across movies that really hit home…artfully produced films outside the blockbuster world.
i’m not a film buff.
i’m just better than average for a non-film-buff.
and [email protected], my friends, is one of those movies.
this performance is brilliant even without the movie’s context:
within the movie’s context, that performance made me cry.