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Mar. 09, 201480 Min.
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Amazing understanding of the human condition
All teenage girls need to see this I Believe in Unicorns. Or for that matter, anyone who ever was a teenage girl needs to. Leah Meyerhoff somehow manages to capture the human condition so perfectly in this film. It shows the ugly little details of life and relationships that nobody bothers to do in most movies and leaves you with a gut wrenching feeling (but in a good way). That’s what really sets it apart.

Natalia Dyer gives an extremely brave performance as Davina, a 16 year old girl juggling school, taking care of her mother with MS, and a new relationship with Sterling (Peter Vack), an older “bad boy”. Sterling starts out as her “unicorn”, but that starts to change as they become closer.

It’s also beautifully shot, some of it on 16mm film which gives it a vintage, timeless feel. There is no use of modern technology throughout the entire film, which leaves you guessing whether it took place in the present day or some magic era that never existed. The stop motion sequences make it whimsical and fantastical.

Review By: LauraAltair Rating: 10 Date: 2015-07-24
“There’s so much I want to say. But I don’t know where to start.”
Experience, indeed, defies representation or articulate expression. Just as a photograph only captures one shot of a smooth manifold aggregate of lived phenomena, so language can only restrictedly encapsulate vibrancy. But one’d hope that a sequence of such photographs enables one to peer into that share of moments, brightening up memory and trajectories of thoughts, absorbing anew the cultivating spectrum of lived emotions. Breathe.

The opening credits alone immediately capture the spirit of this pure coming-of-age masterpiece. Ignoring the excusable whiny music, it alone was already so great and lingering that one’d want to stop and muse. Submergence into water necessitates the synergy of the liquid water’s flows with the likewise fluid and variedly current half-obscured memories of growth intertwined with decay. Stopping for an instance, retreating below the surface, divine Davina feels the impact of the past. It’s her birthday, but she’s not yet ready to face it. Brooding on the past can perhaps help, before lurching further into uncertain future terrains, that will eventually also continually expand the mind’s horizons.

Film itself captures the process. An acoustic-visual artificial succession of events, melded with and moulded by memory, fantasy, by movements of objects that defy physical laws. Stop-motion and time-lapse show the productive capabilities of the unconscious factory, and the fragmentary apprehension of spacetime. Shades of lights correspond to different intensities. One traverses heterogenous planes, exploring natural strata, and sensing the world. The hair billows through the wind, the skateboard grinds across the concrete, the clouds, the grass, crops, trees, endless telephone wires, … they all reverberate, grafted from their respective denotations to dance within the partial subjective perspectives, poetic experimentation and flows. Stream of consciousness.

Divine Davina is in a state of becoming. The creation of memories contrasts with the stagnancy and deterioration of her mother. Touching her mother instills stifling anxieties of death and decomposition, the limit of possibilities – “la forme et l’essence divine / De mes amours décomposés”. She still has a life ahead, and hence must venture into those fairy tales and badlands.

Becoming the nomadic voyager, wandering about. Dreaming and playing. Feeling the full spectrum of emotions. The unicorn and the dragon. Multivariate and recombining flinches of desire, sadness, happiness, loneliness, abandonment, comfort, disappointment, surprise, danger, warmth, coldness, excitement, pain, pleasure, … transitions between various intensive states and interactions with a significant other, who’s active and feeling too, differently, but reciprocally, within a changeable complex relationship.

Finally one has to digest the trip, make time for thought. The past becomes another series of photographs, pages of diaries, details, conclusions, and material mementos. And then one continues on, indefinitely.

“There’s so much I want to say. But I don’t know where to start.”

Review By: Invalid_ID_DI Rating: 8 Date: 2017-11-26

Other Information:

Original Title I Believe in Unicorns
Release Date 2014-03-09
Release Year 2014

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 20 min (80 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated TV-14
Genre Drama
Director Leah Meyerhoff
Writer Leah Meyerhoff
Actors Natalia Dyer, Peter Vack, Julia Garner
Country United States
Awards 2 wins & 7 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.66 : 1
Camera Aaton XTR Prod, Bolex, Canon 1014XLS
Laboratory FotoKem Laboratory, Burbank (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 16 mm, 8 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical (16 mm footage), Super 16, Super 8
Printed Film Format N/A

Original title I Believe in Unicorns
TMDb Rating 5.7 21 votes

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