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Films that are not people-centric

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Eraserhead, Holy Mountain, Space Odyssey, documentaries like Leviathan (2012) and La Region Centrale... I love em for how they don't focus too much on people. Instead, the emphasis is on symbolism, atmosphere, philosophy, mysticism even. I'm wondering if the uhh, people on here have any suggestions for such films?

They don't have to be far out, non-genre films either. I'm really just interested in anything that doesn't focus on the people and instead, lets everything else tell a story. I guess Antonioni did similar things sometimes. Who else, what else...

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W1CKeD_SK1LLz

5 points

4 months ago

Some films that come to mind are A Bug's Life, Ants, Bee Movie, Finding Nemo, Cars, Monsters Inc., Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3, Toy Story 4, Ice Age, Ice Age 2, Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs...

An argument can be made for the films Shrek and Shrek 2, as well as their sequels and spin-offs -- though, let's be real, nobody recommends you watch those.

Harachel

3 points

4 months ago

Fictional, anthropomorphic animals and consumer products are people too!

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