The Happy Film

2016

Documentary

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Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 82%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 704

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720p.WEB
872.83 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
P/S 21 / 80

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by anthonyfuria 10 / 10

A very thoughtful and human film.

The Happy Film begins with an introductory disclaimer: "This film will not make you happy". I can attest to the fact that in my experience, this introductory disclaimer was indeed wrong.

I found The Happy Film to be an entertaining and beautifully executed film with just the right amount of joy, humor, reflection, and despair. The exploration of a subject as revealing as one's own happiness is sure to be deeply personal at times, and Stefan Sagmeister's refreshingly candid journey from what makes us happy, to ultimately what holds us back from ever achieving it, doesn't shy away from uncomfortable introspection. The Happy Film succeeds as a very thoughtful and human film.

Reviewed by n_a_d_i 10 / 10

Just because..

I saw the exhibition in MAK museum by accident, without knowing who Stefan is, what is he doing or what's about, but it confused me nicely and it stayed in me long after I exited the museum. It touched me.. After a year or so, now I've seen the movie. And.. I still have butterflies in my stomach.. :) It's easy and hard and minimal and not.. And the soundtrack is amazing.. I can't get it out of my head.. A must watch..

Reviewed by ozbeknaz 10 / 10

A beautiful film

This was the most authentic, human, openly honest, and beautiful thing I've seen in a long while. So naked, so personal, yet so pertinent that it hurt, but in the best way possible. It made me feel, made me think, made me cry, made me laugh. It made me feel alive. It made me feel connected. It was like seeing the sun rise early in the morning, when the rest of the world seems to be asleep. Like witnessing something so rare, it has to be sacred. It's an incredibly human, humane, and fearless deconstruction of Sagmeister's life in front of the rest of the world, and a reminder of how beautiful, despite everything, life is to begin with. Please find a way to see it if you haven't done so already.

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