Eat Pray Love, 2010
Few people in the hustle and bustle of life are able to stop. One day, they ask themselves the question, “Who am I really?” Elizabeth Gilbert could, and she also wrote the book on which the Life Appreciate Films is based. “Eat, Pray, Love”—this is a kind of film-parable about how to find balance in your life and learn to appreciate. And if even such small joys as Italian pizza
Great Beauty, 2013
The protagonist of the Life Appreciate films is Jep Gambardella, a talented and cynical writer. A regular at Bohemian hangouts with the Italian art elite. Because all his life, he has been searching for great beauty and harmony to express on paper. He lived many years, but the only thing of value in his life was his age. His youthful love for Elisa De Santis. So, upon learning of her death and how much she loved him, Jep asks himself, “Have I wasted my life?” Critics and journalists named “The Great Beauty” one of the best films of 2013. The filmmakers collected a number of awards for their work, from the BAFTAs to the Oscars.
The Incredible Life of Walter Mitty, 2013
USA, UK, Canada, Australia
However, Walter Mitty, an ordinary employee of an American glossy magazine, is very much like Harold Crick from “Persona” in his way of life. Walter may have dreamed of vivid, exciting life twists and turns. So he was constantly afraid of getting bogged down in the thick of things. And so it would have been had it not been for an accident that made him decide to see. A very different life after all. And this other life is undoubtedly one of the main merits of the film, which places It is among the most visually beautiful pictures.
Boyfriend From the Future, 2013
Let’s fantasize some more. You have the opportunity to go back to any point in your life and actually rewrite it. It’s a scenario played so many times until it’s perfect. At what point would you go back? What if you were told that you would then have a son instead of a blonde daughter? Or neither? Not so perfect anymore. However, the movie “Boyfriend from the Future,” the title of which in the original sounds much more euphonious, makes us appreciate life without regret that none of us have superpowers. Because they do not make our existence beautiful, but only ourselves and the people dear to us.