I'm big a fim-lover. Cinema helps me for so many things , it gives me inspiration , creativity... One of the best feeling according to me , is when a movie stops and the soundtrack begins and you're like "that was amazing" and you go back to reality. I love this moment between the last second of a movie and the reality. Just amazing.

Some fabulous movies :

  • Big Fish , Tim Burton


"This film follows the incredible life of Edward Bloom, through a series of flashbacks that begin when his son Will visits him for the last time. Edward is dying of cancer, and Will hasn't spoken to him for years because he believes him to be a liar that never really cared for his family. As Edward's story unfolds once again, Will tries to finally understand the truth about who his father really was..."

Here again Burton did an amazing job.This movie teached me so much, never stop dreaming , and remain creative 'til the end. Your thoughts create your reality. An inspiring movie.

Favorite quote:

« It was that night I discovered that most things you consider evil or
wicked are simply lonely, and lackin' in the social niceties » Edward Bloom
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  • A monster calls , J. A. Bayona


"Twelve-year-old Conor O'Malley must face his mother's terminal cancer, his strict grandmother, his estranged father, and his school bully, Harry. One night at 12:07 a.m., Conor is visited by the tree-like Monster, who tells Conor it has come to tell him three true stories, after which Conor must tell the Monster his own story: the truth behind his nightmare, which Conor refuses to do.."

Sometimes we say that the saddest movies are the best , and to be honest that's true for me. This is one of the most beautiful movie I've ever seen and I've seen many movies. I can even put words , just run, run fast and go watch it.

Favorite quote:

« There is not always a good guy. Nor is there always a bad one.
Most people are somewhere in between » The monster
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  • Still Alice , Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland


"Dr. Alice Howland is a renowned linguistics professor at Columbia University. When words begin to escape her and she starts becoming lost on her daily jogs, Alice must come face-to-face with a devastating diagnosis: early-onset Alzheimer's disease. As the once-vibrant woman struggles to hang on to her sense of self for as long as possible, Alice's three grown children must watch helplessly as their mother disappears more and more with each passing day"

With the amazing Julianne Moore , this movie shows you geniusly , how the main character evolves , and of course this is really unhappy. Here again an amazing movie with amazing actors. Friendly advice : watch it

Favorite quote:

« You may say that this falls into the great academic tradition of knowing more and more about less and less until we know everything about nothing » Alice
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  • The perks of being a wallflower , Stephen Chbosky


« Charlie is a shy teenager without friends that has just joined the high-school. He misses his best friend, who had committed suicide, and he writes letters to an imaginary friend telling his feelings. Further, Charlie has a mental illness problem in his past. Soon Charlie befriends the veterans Patrick, who is gay, and his stepsister Sam and they become best friends. Charlie discovers a new world and feels happy with his friends. But when they end their relationship, Patrick asks Charlie to stay away from them for a while and soon he triggers his mental illness again. He goes to the hospital where a doctor finally discloses the origin of his problem.. »

Guys , this movie , is just , I don't know how to explain. So breathtaking , just perfect , everything in this movie is perfect. With Logan Lerman as Charlie , to my mind this is the best role he ever played in his whole career.

Favorite sentence:

« My doctor said we can't choose where we come from but we can choose where we go from there. I know it's not all the answers but it was enough to start putting these pieces together» Charlie
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  • Les Choristes , Christophe Barratier


« Set in 1948, a professor of music, Clement Mathieu, becomes the supervisor at a boarding school for the rehabilitation for minors. What he discovers disconcerts him -- the current situation is repressive. Through the power of song, Clement tries to transform the students »

Last but not least «Les Choristes» finally a French movie . I've literally grew up with this movie , it makes me nostalgic of a time I didn't even know. And , oh my god the soundtrack a pure masterpiece.

Favorite quote:

« -Qu'est ce que tu fais la?
- J'attends samedi.
- Mon papa va venir me rechercher
-Oui mais on n'est pas samedi aujourd'hui»
Pépinot & Monsieur Clément
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Hope it inspired you

And don't forget : never stop dreaming.
— Sara