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Let's have a look at magic realism in the movies. I've seen a few recently, and they were lots of fun, totally offbeat and a welcome relief from superhero blockbusters and animated kiddie bliss.
Did you enjoy Gwyneth Paltrow in "Sliding Doors?" I know I did. Over the last six months, I've been working on a story with parallel time elements, so
So, with that familiar example of a magic realism movie in mind, I'd like to share a few of my summer discoveries with you. None of these movies are new, but they are movies I found as I completed my own manuscript this summer. It was helpful to view how others handled some similar magical yet realistic elements. Here are a few of the movies I "discovered" and found instructive. Hope you will do the same.
I had never seen "Happy Accidents" before this summer. The fantastical element involves time travel, so
"And Then Came Lola" is the movie that's impossible to forget. It's got that "indie"
If you've not already seen "Jeff," I hope you love it as much as I did.
What are your favorite movies in the magic realism genre? I'd love it if you'd leave the titles in the comments here. I'm always looking for some new ones for my to-watch list.
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