Monday, 4 August 2014

Frances Ha (2012)

A film about that weird period in your late twenties when one person in your group of friends starts to settle down and then it's like a virus. Suddenly careers, babies and mortgages start poping up everywhere and poor Frances is the one person left behind, desperately holding on to her carefree life-style.

The soundtrack was pretty good but I'm not sure why they filmed in black and white (or was it post-processed) as it didn't seem to add anything (apart from "hipness") and the contrast seemed a little week to me - all mid-tones and not enough solid blacks and whites.

Original letterboxd review

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