This movie, "The Florida Project", is one of the very rare movies that pay attention to the lower class in modern America, and it gives a truly natural, realistic, heartbreaking, depressing and absorbing portrait. The six-year-old girl Moonee and her young mother Halley do a lot of "wrong" things, but it is unfair for them to be blamed, because ultimately it is not their fault, and they simply lack the necessary education, training and guidance. The society, the government and the upper/middle class should really do something to help them.
Besides, it is a shame that such a great movie gets very limited box office. It seems that most moviegoers just want to watch non-existent or purely imaginary stories, like superheroes, fairy tales or star wars, where good always conquer evil, and neglect the significant and pragmatic tragedy that could happen frequently in real life.
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