If a film doesn't get some festival attention, it doesn't mean that it's bad...
I'm sharing some films that were missed by the audience due to films' "festival label" and therefore limited release: ⠀ "Thelma" (2017) very good visual fantastic horror by Trier, but not Lars von, just Joachim - pay attention to his earlier films as well; ⠀ "You were never really here" (2017), pre-Joker in its very best sense in terms of Joaquin Phoenix's acting, by Lynne Ramsay - a film director deserving your attention, too;
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"Good Time" (2017) now by famous Safdie brothers, but this atmospheric thriller was unfortunately underrated; ⠀ "The Tale" (2018) a subtle psychological autobiographical drama by Jennifer Fox; ⠀ "Mr & Mrs Adelman" (2017) briliant melodrama about relationship, light and ironic; ⠀ "Nomadland" (2020) looking forward to its release and hope we'll not miss it since terrific Frances McDormand is likely at least to be nominated for Oscar for the best leading role. ⠀ You can find more film gems on MY KINOROOM website in its special section - KINO.