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I Am Not a Hipster 2013 123movies

I Am Not a Hipster 2013 123movies

Jan. 09, 201390 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Based in San Diego’s indie music and art scene, exploring what it means to be creative in the face of tragedy.
Plot: Things are not looking good for Brook, a young, talented singer/songwriter who has become the clichéd tortured artist. Slow to come to terms with the death of his mother, Brook is self-absorbed, aggressive, and the major obstruction to his own career success. His isolation is lifted when his three sisters and estranged father come to spread his mother’s ashes. Brook’s loving sisters have a magical effect on his anger and apathy, suggesting there may be hope for the misanthropic musician after all.
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An indie musician fights to find meaning and love in San Diego after his mother’s death.
I had the opportunity to catch this great film at Little Rock Film Festival. Knowing nothing about it going in except the baggage I bring to bear by the term “hipster”, I didn’t know what to expect. Suffice it to say, I find myself floating in the film’s emotional wake days after watching it, in the best of ways. The main character’s story is a universal but specific one that resonated with me personally because of the struggle of the main character Brook: existential self-questioning in the face of loss, wrapped up in the contemporary indie art/music scene. I think everyone can relate, and because of the very realistic acting, I think everyone could go on Brook’s journey and wonder: does this all matter?

The film was a fully professional production in every way, creatively and technically, so I felt that I was in safe hands throughout and could just go along for the emotional journey of the film without distraction. Brook is actively rejecting his friends and loved ones, so feeling disconnected from him at times is understandable, but because I knew he was looking for connection deep down, I was always on board with him and fighting for him. The film taught me that “hipster” is an overused and misapplied label used to marginalize a class of people to which I seem to very much relate but have up till now dismissed. But moreover and more importantly, it seemed to honestly and fully capture that limbo where we can sit, depressed and dismissive, self-pitying, between love and disconnection, experienced through the laughs (Clarke was hilarious) and tears (thanks to terrific support by the three sister characters). Not to mention that the music was awesome and I can’t wait to get the album.

“I Am Not a Hipster” is a genuine, well-crafted, multi-textured, dynamically emotional film experience with an outstanding soundtrack and terrific performances all around. I could feel the love. Highly recommended.

Review By: jared-scheib Rating: 9 Date: 2012-06-06
A sweet, richly told story with terrific photography and strong acting
I Am Not a Hipster (2012)

The steady, confident, photographically brilliant telling of a talented young grunge rock musician out of step with the world over the course of an eventful week in San Diego.

Here is low budget filmmaking at its serious best. There is no attempt here to be outrageous or experimental, nor is there that common tendency to emphasize the ultra-ordinary. The leading character, as a young man struggling to find personal meaning for his life, is compelling and complex. He has clear abilities as a singer songwriter (and actor Dominic Bogart plays and sings all his scenes). He has a following, a successful debut record. But he has such disdain for the superficial–which naturally surrounds him completely in contemporary young America–he feels himself drowning.

Add the fact that his mother died two years earlier and his family is converging on San Diego to put her ashes to rest and you have a moment of crisis.

Things are writ small here. The characters are convincing, sometimes downright lovable types. The scenes tumble forward with a sweet inevitability. The hand-held camera-work is nothing if not planned and exacting in all its apparent looseness, which makes these seemingly spontaneous and normal situations aesthetically tight. You can feel while watching that this is a beautifully rendered story. The rendering–the visuals, the editing–is a huge part of its success.

As is Bogart’s striking performance. What an easy part to blow, by either underplaying it to the point of drabness or overplaying it in a million ways. And Bogart finds a balance in his inner malaise to be tormented without excess, to be someone we identify with, which is key even if we aren’t going to be rock stars.

The hard part to watching this movie is finding it. I saw it at a film festival (the terrific Woodstock Film Festival) and two of the actors talked briefly afterwards, reminding us how down to earth the production was, shot in 19 days on a small budget with mostly available light and apparently with a RED digital camera. It reminds me of how Hollywood used to crank out movies in a week or two routinely, and how a handful of those really clicked just through a combination of good story, good crew, good cast.

And good director. Destin Cretton (who also wrote the story) pulls it off beautifully. If this scene and this style are at all up your alley, I say this movie is highly recommended, not to be missed.

Review By: secondtake Rating: 8 Date: 2012-10-14

Other Information:

Original Title I Am Not a Hipster
Release Date 2013-01-09
Release Year 2012

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Drama, Music
Director Destin Daniel Cretton
Writer Destin Daniel Cretton
Actors Dominic Bogart, Alvaro Orlando, Tammy Minoff
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


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Camera RED EPIC Mysterium-X
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Original title I Am Not a Hipster
TMDb Rating 5.8 10 votes

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