This the season to party… no matter how intimate, how wild, with co-workers or with strangers, December usually means parties. In some way or the other, everyone has had or will have at least one party this month, even if it’s a at-home-in-pjs-drinking-wine-alone kind of party. So here are three movies for inspiration that showcase some form of enthusiastic parties and party goers.
When I saw the theme this week, I thought Pride & Prejudice would be the perfect recommendation. It features multiple parties, it has some very enthusiastic party planners and attenders, and even though it takes place in the past, the party scenes, in a way, are timeless. Oh how I sometimes wish parties these days would be a little less wild and a little bit more refined.
Who would have guessed at the beginning of that year that Spring Breakers would end up in many Best Movies of 2012 lists!? I think so many of us were genuinely surprised how this colourful, on drugs and over the top take on spring break, will be a surprising cinematic hit with a stand out performance by James Franco.
This documentary follows the preparations for the opening of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s most attended fashion exhibition “China: Through Looking Glass”. And as we all know, the opening day is a party like no other, filled with famous guests and outrageous outfits. Though not much partying is shown, the behind the scenes preparations of this big party is definitely worth a watch on their own.
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