Frames of Preference: Almost Famous

Almost FamousI’ve always thought that Frames of Preference would just be our way of showcasing some of the more beautiful or cool pieces of scenery in our favorite things here at Pop Modern, but this scene from 2000’s Almost Famous, directed by Cameron Crowe, just needs to be seen by as many people as possible. As Kate Hudson’s wonderful Penny Lane character leans in towards the plucky young William Miller and whispers “You are home.”, he realizes that his journey with up-and-coming rock band Stillwater is more than just a school project. The film deals with such heavy themes as discovering one’s self, journalistic integrity, and expressing feelings through music in a way that shows just how connected to the 60s and 70s rock music movement Cameron Crowe really is and was.

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