The Subtle Genius Of 'The Florida Project'
by Dan Talks Movies
Dan devotes this video essay to The Florida Project, highlighting some of the strong creative decisions Sean Baker employed, such as telling the film from the naïve perspective of the children involved and seeing the world through their eyes, that makes the film so powerful by its end.
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