Last night, my brother GC and I watched the film Beasts Of No Nation.
It was one of the best films that I have seen this year and to me.
It was more cinematic than most major release films even though it is just a Netflix film, while also seeming realistic enough to make it almost seem like a documentary.
But I did feel that the film was a bit too long and that a few parts of the film should have been properly explained/shown.
I felt that Idris Elba could have done a bit better with his performance, he did good at times, especially during some of the early speeches.
Something just seemed a bit off with his performance and / or character to me at times.
Maybe it is just how his character was written / portrayed, so I could be wrong.
The film started to lose its way near the end in my opinion.
The acting overall was good, especially the child actors / actresses like Abraham Attah, who were the real stars of this film.
The setting / environment / et cetera seemed realistic, like you were really there.
I felt that it probably did a good job trying to more accurately present the subject, which is serious and not pretty and not uplifting, so do not expect a happy film.
All that I can remember of this dream is that it took place at a fictional multi-story college that has probably been in one or more of my past dreams.
I think that one of the upper floors had a restricted door that led to a restricted part of the building where the United States Navy had some restricted areas that have been in one or more of my pasts dreams before where I got to see inside the restricted areas.