some of the acclaimed Golden Globes winners.
This movie was filmed over 12 years, making it truly original. Indeed, it is lenghthy but it is striking to see the evolution of the same actors over the years, playing roles and having to stick to them. Live takes its toll, we see the characters facing existential questions but love always remains.
Michael Keaton in Birdman.
In this production, a seemingly outdated actor coped with his loss of fame. Once being a famous comic superheros, the protagonist now wants to set up a broadway productions to prove himself to the world as a true artist.
An adult man makes to choice to change his gender. He tries to tell the news to his three full-grown children, but they are so absorbed by themselves that it takes a bit longer than expected.
Julianne Moore in Still Alice.
Scheduled for 2015, this film treats of Alzheimer’s disease. It is a sickness that touches a fair amount of people each year and it also has a effect on the close ones. Life goes on, but the sickness erases elements from the past, and casts insecurity upon those whom are touched.
Amy Adams in Big Eyes.
Tim Burton produces a movie that portrays the production of art in modern societies. The protagonist is a painter with talent in an era in which women aren’t expected to have such careers. Hence, her husband signs all the art works and accepts the recognition, casting her into the background.