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I Think I'm Missing Parts2007

  • 3.4
A woman hits a bump in her station wagon and everything goes subtly haywire from there. Disconnected scenes unfold outside her window: a father struggling to manage his son; a man’s cap floating above his head; a singer performing for a small film crew; a skinny swimmer diving into the reeds. By turns tender and surreal, Josh Safdie’s impressionistic narrative finds dreams in the plain light of day.

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Member Reviews (1)

Daydreamy... surreal. Pretty straightforward and a bit indulgent in that it's probably more meaningful and enjoyable to the filmmaker's and actors' friends. Seems like it may have come from an actual dream. I'm going to watch some more of his films before I say anything else.