STARTING FROM THE END OF THE 90S MANY INDIE MOVIES FOLLOWED THE STEPS OF "COOLNESS", LEAVING TO THE AUDIENCE UNFORGETTABLE FIGURES. IT WAS FOUNDED – AS STATED BY URBAN DICTIONARY WEBSITE - ON THE TV SHOW PARKER LEWIS CAN'T LOSE.
This show was originally based on the teenage cult classic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” The legendary 90s FOX series was the very first to represent cool characters marked by a very chill attitude, sarcasm and linguistic witticisms. Our cinematic trip starts with a dissolute high-school dealer, Zeke Tyler, one of the protagonists of 1998 American cult horror “The Faculty” and accomplished by Josh Hartnett. Zeke is a solitary dude: it takes an alien invasion to bring him out of the blue. He understands the value of friendship with his alien-hunters gang. Another high-school outsider named Patrick Verona and portrayed by late actor Heath Ledger in 1999 American romantic comedy “Ten Things I hate about you” is on our list. Bad boy Patrick early was hired to date ill-tempered Kat, but he couldn’t hide until the end his true feelings for her, after realizing he was really in love. In 2001 the main role of actor Billy Bob Thornton in neo-noir crime movie “The man who wasn’t there” is definitely a milestone. In the end Ed Crane, the barber from Santa Rosa (California), despite all of the injustices he received, waiting on death row finds peace of mind. Redmilk coolness tour ends up with the unnamed main character portrayed by Ryan Gosling in 2011 “Arthouse” action-thriller Drive. The driver is a zen master of coldness with a great heart.
Text Lorenzo Sabatini