At some point in our lives, we’ve all felt like just giving up and escaping the day-to-day hassle that binds us to a meaningless life. We all crave for something that would give us more value and make us feel our existence even more. But the more we grow up the more distant this freedom seems to be. We can’t just abandon everything in our present lives to live a so-called better life. Also, most of us lack the courage to take that leap into the unknown. But not Juanita! Completely done with her disrespectful children and tiring borderline lifestyle, Juanita takes a Greyhound bus to Montana and dives right into the unknown in the hope that she’ll be able to reawaken herself from the nightmare that she had been living.
For obvious reasons, we can no way do what she did. But we can get that tiny tinge of escape from reality by watching others do what we dream of doing on the silver screen. So, here’s the list movies similar to ‘Juanita ‘ that are our recommendations. You can watch several of these movies like ‘Juanita ‘ on Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime.
9. Chef (2014)
When Chef Casper notices that his creative flexibility is being sabotaged by the owner of a Los Angeles restaurant he works in, he decides to quit his job. Always having dreamed of owning his own food truck business, Chef Casper takes the road with his son and another friend from his former kitchen at the restaurant. This escape makes him realize that this exactly the kind of life he had always wanted and he makes sure that he only moves forward with his food truck never looking back at his old restricted life. This movie has the most amazing visuals of food being cooked so don’t be surprised if you end hogging on as much as a thousand calories while watching this one.
8. Tracks (2013)
Robyn Davidson, a young lady from Brisbane travels across an endless desert to find solitude and peace along with her four camels and one dog. Trying to battle her the disappointments and failures of her past she walks through the uninhabited land in the hope of convincing herself that she can pave a path of her own and there is no need for her to conform to the expectations of others.