You know what's a good movie? Lady Bird. True story! There's a reason why it made a bunch of money and is getting nominated for every award that's not, like, a Grammy or an Emmy—Greta Gerwig's directorial debut is a coming-of-age yarn that feels bold and unique, a perfectly paced film that explores not only the pains and pleasures of being young, but the pains and pleasures (mostly pains) of existence in the modern world itself.
I saw someone say on Twitter that a striking element of Lady Bird is that, for every bad feeling Lady Bird feels, everyone else's lives around her seem to be much more difficult. This genius rendition of the film's official trailer levels the playing field, then, by reducing every single character's line of dialogue to a maniacal-sounding scream. Looks like Twitter user @laterchalamet was responsible for this one, which marks the most significant cultural accomplishment made thus far from a Timotheé Chalamet fan account. (Your move, Armie Hammer fans.)
A co-worker said after watching this that they found it hard to watch. Me? It's practically music to my ears. Check it out above.
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