The Tree of Life
I spent some time this Sunday evening hopping around on Letterboxd. It's a lot of fun jumping from film to film. Or hell, even list to list, discovering and collecting movies and classics to my watchlist. Give it a try, and join Letterboxd. You won't be disappointed. I promise.
Eventually I came across Terrance Malick's supposed magnum opus: The Tree of Life on a list. The film left a considerable impression on me. It was released in 2011. A time of youth, tumult, and personal maturity for me.
I don't really have much to say about it. Not that I didn't enjoy it, it's just there's so much too say. You really need to watch this film. It's just really something, so very dense. Here's the trailer: