Becks (2017) is a English movie. Daniel Powell,Elizabeth Rohrbaugh has directed this movie. Lena Hall,Mena Suvari,Christine Lahti,Dan Fogler are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Becks (2017) is considered one of the best Drama,Musical,Romance movie in India and around the world.
After breaking up with her girlfriend, a Brooklyn musician moves back in with her mother. Playing for tip money in an old friend's bar, an unexpected relationship begins to take shape. Based on the life and times of Alyssa Robbins.
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Becks is the most authentic romantic drama to come around in some time. It tells the story of a musician, played by Lena Hall, who moves home to the midwest after a breakup. Love is the center role in this film, portrayed as realistically as ever. The performances are fantastic all-around, with Lena Hall in a star-making role, fitting in several musical performances that are to die for. This film is a truthful realization of the connections we form and the bonds we break, and I would highly recommend this film to those who appreciate an honest and heartfelt story of love.
As a lover of cinema, I watch any film I can. I often find them all excellent concerning what I absorb and learn from the people responsible for making them, but the movies that move the floor for me are the best and make the experience of watching stories one of the most beautiful and positive in life. Becks is one of those films, an incredible true story about a young musician struggling with heartbreak and being a gay. Overall, a relatable story for all of those going through rough paths, artists, musicians, and people living life to the fullest. The cast is a fantastic power force in the story, led by the talented Lena Hall and Mena Suvari from one of my favorite films ever, American Beauty. Becks is a must watch if you are into indie films with a fantastic script and performances that will leave you breathless throughout the whole movie. Recommended if you want to be inspired! It's hard to find a film nowadays that stays in your mind for weeks after you watch it. Becks is one of those movies. The story, the fantastic true story about a young musician who deals with heartbreak and abandoning her career as a response to this unfortunate event. I think most of you who have a dream and a purpose in life will find this movie inspiring, relatable, and worth your time!
A film with a huge heart. I cried several times ... reinvention is never easy, and anyone can relate to the things these characters struggle with as they reevaluate their lives and experience their authentic selves for the first time.
If you're in search of a genuine feeling (not kitschy or exploitative) LGBTQ+ movie, Becks really hits the mark. Poor Becks moves across the country for her girlfriend, only to find her in bed with another woman. Down on her luck and broken-hearted, she moves back in with her devout Catholic mom, and the tension is felt immediately (though subtle at first). She's disapproving but loving, and tries to encourage Becks where she can. The casting is great, with Tony award winner and Grammy-nominated Lena Hall as Becks, supported by Christine Lahti (Blacklist) and Mena Suvari (American Beauty), amongst others. With interesting pacing, from quick tidbits packed with information to slow building scenes ripe with expectancy, as well as note-worthy lighting effects that highlight important scenes/cues, Becks rounds out its attributes. Already boasting the US Fiction Award from the Los Angeles Film Festival and the Emerging Director Award from the St. Louis International Film Festival, Becks is racking in recognition from fans of all kinds. Oh, and did I mention the killer original soundtrack? "Lesbian folk rock" maximizes the authenticity and charisma of the film, breathing in life even when no on-screen words are uttered. This is a must-see for all fans of indie cinema.
This is a very nice, heartfelt movie about a New York-based songwriter and musician. After things go wrong in her life, she reluctantly returns home to the Midwest where she had never fit in. Becks begins to rebuild her personal and professional life, but...well, she wasn't known as 'Becks the Wreck' in high school for nothing. All of the acting is first rate. The great Christine Lahti plays Beck's Mom, and there are some other familiar faces. The only downside is that it's a story that we've seen many times before. But it works, so who cares?