It would have been 4.5 stars if I hadn't noticed that her shorts were from Urban Outfitters
Many people seem to find this movie personally offensive but I think it's brilliant.
The amount of chemistry between these actors honestly gives me fomo. The relationships on screen feel genuine, comfortably worn in, and loving. And like Chloe, the outsider of the group, these people (and by extension the filmmakers) don't feel the need to catch us up that much. When meeting such friend groups in the real world there's no guarantee that someone's gonna decode everything for you.…
So much pan flute, so little satisfaction.
I also just wanna say that when Coppola does it, it feels charged with ~shy girl meaning~ a tense longing that's hard to put into words.
When men do it it feels voyeuristic and gratuitous... especially when the subjects are school girls.