I'd been a fan since being utterly terrified by Virgin Suicides (Dementia 13 & Moe Greene's eye move over!), and loved Bling Ring, though was befuddled by Antoinette. And then, without knowing who the director was, I saw Somewhere, Coppola's follow-up to Antoinette. I was captivated within seconds, and then mesmerized, wondering every few minutes who directed it, but not wanting to check on the net & spoil the wonder. It is such an astonishingly perfect film that I was reminded of Kubrick and (Daddy) Coppola, having made the mistake after seeing VS of thinking that her dad MUST have been telling her what to do every step of the way, & not realizing what a magnificent voice & vision she had as a filmmaker. At one point the main character floats in a pool for what seems like eternity, and I thought "This has GOT to be a Coppola film, but I know Francis didn't direct it - could it be Sofia???" And then, at film's end, her name flashes & I jumped to my feet & started applauding wildly. What I'm getting at is that it's a magnificent film, and that she is one helluva director. So show me the love and/or hate, people!