My streaming gem: why you should watch I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore
The latest in our series of writers highlighting underappreciated films is a recommendation for a timely tale of fighting back against an uncaring world2020 has been a long nightmare of a year, one that has constantly defied the rules of time and space in terms of how much bad stuff can happen in such a short amount of time.
The cascade of awfulness never seems to end.
Amid all this chaos, the responsibilities of adulthood – work, chores, bills – feel insurmountable, and the world around us feels unrecognizable.
One of the only things getting me through it is cinema, and the movie I keep returning to for its insightful portrait of this pervasive malaise and our simmering resentment in response to it is Macon Blair’s directorial debut, I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore.Related: My streaming gem: why you should watch Selah and the SpadesContinue reading.
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