Every once in a while you see a movie that you just know is going to change someone’s life. It’s usually a small, indie film that tells one person’s story so beautifully, it becomes universal and is impossible to get out of your mind. It’s a film you want to champion because you know that, with a large enough audience, it has a better chance of reaching that someone who needs to see it. Confetti is that kind of movie.Read more
It’s all a matter of perspective. Some people might see a bin overflowing with paper scraps as useless refuse. Others see those bits of paper as confetti, waiting to come to life dancing on the breeze. That would be Meimei, a beguiling little girl who doesn’t quite fit in at school in her Chinese hometown.
That’s not only a scene from the heartfelt, fact-based drama Confetti, it’s an apt metaphor for one of its characters.