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idk if this has been done before but may i introduce: tfc asks!!!!!!!!

aaron: who do you dislike the most and why?
abby: what’s one of the kindest things you’ve ever done?
allison: what’s one of your biggest passions?
andrew: what’s one of your darkest secrets?
bee: do people generally trust you?
dan: do you see yourself as a good person?
erik: what languages do you speak and/or want to speak?
ichirou: do you like people relying on you?
jean: how do you feel about your past?
jeremy: who is someone you’ve helped?
kaleigh: what do you want your legacy to be?
katelyn: who do you love most and why?
kevin: what are you best at?
matt: what’s one of the biggest challenges you’ve had to overcome?
nathan: do you love your family?
neil: what’s your relationship like with your parents?
nicky: what are you proudest about (about yourself)?
renee: who has had one of the biggest impacts on your life?
riko: what’s one of your faults?
roland: how loyal are you to your friends?
seth: are you a hateful person?
stewart: what’s your family like?
tetsuji: how important is power to you?
wymack: what do you have a strong calling for?

Two movies, second time I cry.
Clearly, Damien Chazelle knows how to use music….no, how to make live it.
Like the instruments of a jazz band, there is a constant dialog between the narration and the music ; the camera dances, the melodies feels, the colors sings…

Whiplash was inflamed, La La Land is solar. This movie is a call to joy and love, “It’s another day of sun” like the world is crying at the beginning.
It reminds me so much of Singing in the Rain, the kind of movie that only wants you to feel good and enjoy the music of life. 

That is definitely a Land I will want to go again.