Movies You may have missed that are quietly Good

She/Elle.

She / Elle

France

Cast: Isabelle Huppert, Virginie Efira, Laurent Lafitte

The main character is Michèle. The owner of a major video game developer is divorced from her husband. However, a son has his own life as an adult. One day, a man in black bursts into her house, beats her, and rapes her. Because The story awakens psychological traumas from her childhood. She wants to find the man, but not so that she can hand him over to the police. And he was right, Huppert was one of the nominees for the “Golden Globe”.

The film is Verhoeven’s first feature since 2006’s Black Book, and his first in the French language. Althrough, It premiered in competition for the Palme d’Or at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival where it received critical acclaim. Elle won the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film and Critics. Choice Movie Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was also selected as the French entry for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film but was not nominated. At the 42nd César Awards in France, the film received eleven nominations and won Best Film.

Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Hunt for the Wilderpeople

New Zealand

Cast: Sam Neal, Julian Dennison

Since, This New Zealand film has been hailed by many Western critics as a “freshly made, deeply felt tragicomedy”. Because Ricky Baker is a chubby urban hooligan and hip-hopper who is an orphan. In order to re-educate him, Social Services decides to send him to the remote New Zealand countryside. Where the good-natured and very peculiar Bella. Her taciturn husband Huck is willing to take in the care of the troubled teenager. But when Bella dies and the social services decide to take Ricky back. Althrough, He decides not to return to state custody and sets off to conquer the New Zealand woodlands. And the unsociable Huck follows him. And while they travel through the woods, social services begin a real hunt for the heroes, believing that Ricky has simply been kidnapped.

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