Slacker | 1991 | dir. Richard Linklater

The film never focuses on one character for more than five minutes, but there is one thing that remains consistent with all of them: all of these characters seem very intelligent or at least very much in touch with their sentiments towards the world, yet we as viewers never see them actually go out and do anything visibly noteworthy, and I think Linklater very cleverly illustrates that even those that seem the most lost, or “slack” if you will, can still posses some interesting outlooks on things that are going on around them.


(via damnsimper)