Director: David Gordon Green
"In his lyrical second feature, David Gordon Green (George Washington, MIFF 2000) astonishes and delights with the distinctiveness of his cinematic voice and the depth of his genuine, contoured characters. Green and his trusted collaborators boldly plumb fertile emotional territory; the instinctive, ineffable intoxication of first love and the risk of getting too close.
"Twenty-two-year-old Paul lives with his beloved mum and works as a grease monkey in a broken down North Carolina mill town. Charming, smart, unambitious, he has a devoted circle of rowdy friends and a reputation as the town's callous heartbreaker. When he meets his best friend's sister Noel, fresh from boarding school graduation, the two fall into a perfect, real, terrifymg love.They share innermost secrets and inhabit a sweet, dreamy bubble of mutual admiration and understanding. But soon the perfection is too weighty, the bubble too delicate.
"Eschewing love story cliches, All the Real Girls is excruciatingly authentic and tender while intelligently refusing to explain away complex human emotion. With music by Will Oldham and Mogwai."—Sundance Fiim Festival
"David Gordon Green goes Southern gothic. John (Dermot Mulroney) lives in the Georgia backwoods with his two boys - teenage Chris (Jamie Bell) and tiny Tim who sometimes wears a pilgrim hat and compu… More »
“Blessed with a witty script and a talented ensemble of little-known character actors, this (is a) low-key but enormously charming pic” - Scott Foundas, Variety. ... Odd couple Martin and Clarenc… More »
“A naturalistic and decidedly harsh glimpse into tangled, everyday lives.” - Hollywood ReporterSnow Angels spans three relationships at three different stages and culminates in two gunshots tha… More »
Set amid the sun-drenched cotton fields of southern Arkansas, Jeff Nichols' debut feature is a powerful parable about the futility and complexity of blood feuds.Son, Kid and Boy have been raised to… More »
"This hypnotic, poignant and richy imaginative work actually uses the 'I cannot tell a lie' folklore of America's first President as an ironic counterpoint to a stylised tale of lost youth in the Sou… More »