Just found this on Netflix. I loved the movie and read the book over and over as a kid, but watching it now, I'm much more aware of the specific messages and feelings I get from it. I think they were always there, honestly this film probably shaped my outlook on life in a lot of ways. But now, with the ability to watch it more analytically, it's more fascinating than ever. Also serves as a period piece for the 1990s.
Any thoughts on this classic documentary?
Last Edit: Dec 31, 2015 17:07:42 GMT -5 by lovehater