Margot at the Wedding
Hair-styles by Lori Guidroz
Jack Black, Zane Pais,
and John Turturro
Cinematography by Robert D. Yeoman
Editing by Vincent Marchand
Art direction by Kris Moran
Make-up and Hair-styles by Frances Hannon
Starring Jason Schwartzman and Natalie Portman
As for the quality and importance in cinema of this short movie, it's a neat, subtle, quietly humorous piece about the violent yearning to hold onto someone who isn't ready to be held onto by anyone. The lasting effect is an epic romanticism, one heart breaking as it releases a lover that wants to be set free.
The Darjeeling Limited
Lydia Dean Pilcher, and Scott Rudin
It's a fantastic novel of a movie. The kind you can't put down, but rather you race through the pages of breathlessly, laughing, crying, shouting with pain, and shouting with pride.
It's about family and how time separates, but how some bonds can never be replaced, and also how some people you love are the people can hurt you the worst. It's intricately designed and somehow hilarious with a great soundtrack. The music makes it not only a novel of a movie but also a classic rock record of a movie. Must see.