I just screened a last-minute add-on film (I suppose it's apparent I have nothing to do), which was pretty impressive. I need to think on it some more before I come up with my opinion, but "impressive" is undeniable. It's called "The Guitar," and it's the directorial debut of Robert Redford's daughter, Amy.
A woman finds out she has cancer, and is to die in a month or two. Her boyfriend abandons her, saying he needs to find his "inner child." So, she fills her last allotted time giving a big eff you to the life she's known.
Though a somewhat typical find-yourself setup at first glance, it was pretty unique; there was perhaps a little too much skin, sex and orgiastic play at some points for a lunch-break viewing. Keen to see how I ultimately feel about it, upon more thought.
No sleep tonight.