Daisies: A 1960s Czech movie about two girls who are constantly bored, hungry, and worried that their lives mean nothing. They do things like eat food with scissors, dance with chairs, and set their apartment on fire for fun. In other words, they know how to be very annoying.
This film is extremely 60s, meaning it wanders aimlessly, it looks like it was edited by a coke head on acid, and its message is vague. However, it looks incredibly beautiful, and the girls do occasionally say things that I love, such as:
“One should try everything.”
“Let’s do something big, okay?”
“When we’re hardworking and good, we’ll be happy.”
“Do you think we’re turning bad?”
“Come on, let’s go someplace where something’s going on.”
“Is there any way to mend what’s been destroyed?”
I recommend this movie, if only for the visual feast. If you have low patience for silliness, you may want to bypass it and just concentrate on these stills instead.