You’re about to watch one of the most bizarre and entertaining films of the summer.
That’s because it’s directed by Leonardo DiCaprio.
DiCapro, who’s just had a breakout role in The Revenant, is known for his signature style and a style that’s as old as time itself.
The film is called Boy Shaggy Shag, and it stars DiCaprios long-time girlfriend, Shagya (Kelley Coppola).
The movie’s been called a “modern take on classic Hollywood”, and the idea is that it’s the perfect time to wear a style from the 80s, because you’ll be able to cut your hair and your hair will look great.
But, what does that actually mean?
Read on to find out.
The film stars DiCaps’ co-star Leonardo Di Caprio as a man who is living the dream.
He’s in love with his younger brother, Leo, and wants to move into the house next door.
So he goes on a journey of self-discovery to find the right style for himself and his brother.
The plot, as we’ve seen before, is pretty complicated and not one that you’re going to want to get bogged down in.
But, there’s more to it than just a love story, as DiCapo’s character also has to deal with some of the problems of modern life.
Leo is a struggling actor, with his own problems.
He struggles with depression and addiction, and he also struggles with his identity as a gay man.
His brother, Shaz, has a similar struggle.
We’re introduced to Leo by his best friend, Jack (John Goodman), who works for the film’s director.
Leo has a hard time expressing his feelings because of his upbringing.
He grew up in a dysfunctional family, and has a deep connection to the man he’s adopted as his father, who is also his best man.
In one scene, Leo is showing Jack how he feels when he’s home alone and it’s clear that Jack is concerned for Leo’s safety.
When he returns home, Leo begins to cry, as he realizes he can’t make it in his life.
It’s a very emotional scene, and Leo’s father has a lot to say about Leo’s emotional state.
Leo, of course, can’t do anything about it.
He can’t talk about it, and the only way Leo can talk about his feelings is through Jack.
“I can’t stand it.
I can’t take it anymore.
It makes me mad.
I’ve had enough.
I’m not happy.”
Jack’s concern about Leo is also reflected in the movie’s ending, where Leo, feeling lonely and abandoned by Jack, tries to take his own life.
Di Capro’s version of Leo has some of that same struggle in his relationship with his son, Shagh.
Shagya is the most memorable character in Boy Shags hair style, and she’s not afraid to go all out.
DiCaprio’s Leo has very similar traits to Shagiya, but the similarities are more about Leo being more of a father figure to Shaz than he is to his brother, who has very little interaction with Leo.
DiCarlo’s Leo is more like Jack, but with less of a relationship.
It’s clear from DiCapos portrayal of Leo that DiCapros son is also struggling, and that Jack feels the same way.
But Jack is able to help Leo, who in turn feels like a father to Shagh and has more of an effect on Leo.
Jack also feels like he has a greater sense of responsibility than Leo.
There are also other parallels between the two brothers.
DiMacros son, who was adopted by DiCaproes wife, Kate, has some very dark themes.
DiDico’s Leo, on the other hand, is not.
Leo’s issues with depression are very much a reflection of his mother, and DiCaprizos father, Jack.
DiGiacomo, who co-wrote the script with DiCapria, did a fantastic job with Leo’s relationship with Shagaya, but there are some subtle parallels in the film.
I think we’ll see more of Shagia in the future, so this is a good thing for her to see.
Leo also has some issues with his appearance.
DiCoos film doesn’t make any overt references to Leo’s hairstyle, and we’re not told that Leo has any kind of beard.
It just seems like an odd hairstyle choice for a man in his 20s.
And then there’s Shagka.
Shagha is a character who’s very much in the spotlight of Boy Shages hair style.
As a result, Shakha’s appearance is a big deal in the story