Our figurine sized supermen hero embarks on an epic surreal journey that will take him across the Ethiopian post apocalyptic landscape in search of a way to get on the hovering spacecraft that for years has become a landmark in the skies.
Family is an institution. Sometimes, you gotta break out. This is the story of how 17-year-old Candy finds the courage to walk away from everything she's ever known with the hope of discovering a better tomorrow.
Natalia Dyer was only 16 years old when she starred in I Believe in Unicorns (2014). See more »
There's so much I want to say. But I don't know where to star.
Today is my birthday. Today I will learn how to breathe.
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Performed by Ryan McLaughlin, Thomas Orgren, William Waikart III and John Edward Hutchins
Published by Finest Songs and Finegold Songs
Courtey of Typefighter
By Arrangement with Fine Gold Music See more »
Like unicorns, great films like this are one of a kind
When an indie film has a profound story that tracks, actors that transcend their role and truly become their characters and move you without even having to speak, gorgeous cinematography, perfect editing, a soundtrack that accents without intruding, a look and feel that is memorable and unique, and a story that stays with you for a while after you have a unicorn of a film. It is very rare to see a film that has stop motion animation and super 8 footage from the filmmaker's life that is not gratuitous. This film is brave, honest, and important. Leah Meyerhoff is a director to watch and I Believe in Unicorns is a film not to be missed. If you can see it in theaters, do so. It's shot entirely on film (another unicorn) by cinematographer Jarin Blaschke and therefore should be watched, if possible, in a theater.
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