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Captain Fantastic: Society is Confining

The strictures of society limit our freedom in more ways than we realize.

Image: Bleecker Street

Why do we assume that the prototypical American way of living is right? What if there was another way? Would you abandon your creature comforts and familiar surroundings if it meant adopting a more healthy, ethical, and fulfilling lifestyle?

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Cinema is as complex an art form as any other, and the best films demand a critical eye. Analytical viewings not only enhance the audience’s experience of a film by fostering a better understanding of it, but they can lead to intellectual and moral growth.

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