Almost every movie grabs your attention. Few rare gems manage to trap you inside the universe of the movie for an indefinite amount of time. Detachment (2011) is one of those movies. Its dangerously precise elaboration of societal issues, shockingly amazing progression and mature acting with the support of continuous background music create so attractive a scene that you just don’t wanna look away from the screen.
Detachment revolves around the life of a substitute teacher Henry Barthes (Adrian Broady) who is detached from the world due to the trauma he experienced when he was a child. He teacher as a sub in a local New York school where everything is declining. He meets people like him, who are also struggling with their lives. And explains his learned lessons throughout the movie as a narrator. Continue reading “Underrated Movie Review: Detachment”