O Brother, Where Art Thou? Revisiting the glory and silliness of the Coen brothers' classic
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The Red Turtle: Studio Ghibli's first non-Japanese film is crushingly beautiful and relevant
The film follows a group of record store employees over the course of one exceptional day. The employees try to stop the store from being sold to a large chain, and learn about each other along the way. The film generated largely negative reviews and major losses at the domestic US box office at its release, but later went on to become a cult hit, helping to launch the careers of several of its stars. The film depicts 24 hours in the lives of the employees at an independent record store in Delaware.
Inevitably, everything that was once good and sacred about music fandom was under threat. The plot follows a day in the life of a gang of teenaged staff as they realise that their place of work is being sold to a soulless corporate giant. Not willing to give up without a fight, they decide to put on a raging street party for the neighbourhood. Their grand plan? Take back power by raising the money to save their beloved record store. The film gestures towards the tropes of a workplace comedy, without veering too far into the modern-day bureaucracy of Parks and Recreation or the subtle indignities of service work in Party Down. At Empire Records, time stopped and customers were willing to wait out major life crises or call back again after team bonding activities wrapped up. For a film about fandom, not everyone in the industry understood the appeal.