A woman breaks up with her boyfriend, he thinks it's because he's fat. A man is unable to tell her next door neighbor he finds her sexually attractive. An old couple wants to split up, but they don't want to get a divorce. A therapist masturbates to teen magazines. An 11 year old kid is insecure about the fact that he hasn't cum yet. Office workers try to recall the face of a coworker who recently died. A woman is sure she has everything she could ever want. The lives of these individuals intertwine as they go about their lives in their own unique ways, engaging in acts society as a whole might find disturbing in a desperate search for human connection.Written by
The level of wine in each person's glass changes between shots during the final scene. See more »
Anyway, so the police came and looked in her freezer and found baggies filled with the doorman's genitals.
I use baggies.
Everyone uses baggies, that's why we can all relate to this crime. Don't you see?
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Concerto for Guitar in D Major
Written by Antonio Vivaldi (as A. Vivaldi)
Performed by Kazuhito Yamashita & the Chamber Orchestra Leos Janacek
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A seriously disturbing watch
A truly disturbing film, yet was never graphic nor striking. It was disturbing due to the sheer empathy I felt for characters who commit unspeakable acts throughout the film. A hilariously depressing film (ironic as well), Happiness is remarkably well-written, with multiple plot lines interconnecting to one another to highlight the unhappiness in these characters lives. Happiness pokes fun at the ignorance of 'happy' people in the world and all the characters, despite being so pathetic and narcissistic, are incredibly relatable. I got a lot out of this film and its worth the watch.
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