Sometimes it feels good to not be in my own story. Here is my list of films & series I’ve watched to relax, to be uplifted and laugh out loud.
- Stronger (2017)
This movie showed resilience and the power of love.
- An invisible sign (2010)
I’m drawn to movies full of love and how people can overcome their trauma’s and start leading the life with the work and people which fits them best.
- Love Wedding Repeat (2020)
This movie was hilarious. That feeling of not being able to stop laughing is fantastic. I hadn’t felt that in a long time and it was during the scene in which the best man went over to the Italian director to talk to him while he wasn’t aware of falling asleep during the conversation.
- Dog Days (2018)
This movie has a strong emphasis on helping and supporting each other. In the end we all want to feel connected. Even though we are living alone, there are endless possibilities to open up for connection based on unconditional love and a passion for something that touches your heart and soul. When you start reaching out from that place you will create the people and surroundings in which you will flourish on a daily basis.
- Uncorked (2020)
Go for what you want. For what stirs your soul. For what keeps you moving. Nothing of all the efforts you’ve put in, in one stage in your life, is lost. When something keeps coming back and you feel that fire within growing stronger, than that’s it. Back to where I started typing: Go for What you Want.
- Captain Fantastic (2016)
It was very touching to see how Captain Fantastic came around and found a way to raise his children in which he could stay close to his own beliefs and give his children the opportunity to explore mainstream society.
- Overboard (2018)
We watched this movie with the four of us and laughed out loud.
- The Half of It (2020)
Aaah, this was such a lovely and tender story about following your heart as an adolescent and spreading your wings, even though initially you were stuck in the family dynamics and trauma kept you from wanting to do your own thing.
- Valeria (2020)
This movie was about Spanish female millennials with their ups and downs in life. I binged watched this one. Normally I don’t have the time to bingewatch any series, but I was feeling horrible so I got the time to be alone.
- Becoming (2020)
This is a must watch. Michelle Obama is a strong and inspiring woman. Especially the scene in which she shares how many of their days during the White House period was filled with extreme lows and intense highs made an impact on me.
- Never have I ever (2020)
This year I will turn 42. (oh my gosh, I don’t feel near my age, how are you supposed to feel at a certain age? Hmmm…) Anyway, sometimes a part of me is drawn to watch teenage movies and series. This one was interesting and funny because of how the Indian culture in Amerika was shown and I love the Indian accent.
- The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018)
Beautiful! Touching! Inspiring!
Be who you are, not who the world wants you to be
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