The theme for this month – Interiors: What Makes a Story Observable
“In the third and most resonant story, a young woman named Jamie (Lily Gladstone) takes care of the horses on the far edge of a ranch; she works alone all week, then drives into town just to look at other people. Wandering into a night-time legal class, she’s drawn to the stressed-out, citified young teacher Beth (Kristen Stewart), and their friendship slowly comes to seem something like love, not that Jamie has words for such feelings and not that the teacher’s paying attention.
“‘Cries and Whispers’ is like no movie I’ve seen before, and like no movie Ingmar Bergman has made before; although we are all likely to see many films in our lives, there will be few like this one. It is hypnotic, disturbing, frightening.
You Can Count on Me (2000)