Finishes with an uplifting, positive ending that’s irresistibly upbeat, and optimistic messaging like this is pure catnip for indie film audiences.
An average movie about self-discovery that isn’t very confident until its disappointing finale.
A draining, sedate observation of material ambivalence that’s sustained by a trio of knockout lead performances.
A solid drama for those looking to empty an entire box of Kleenex.
The film flows with an independent spirit that’s smart and actually treats the audience like intellectuals.
This tedious, arrogant film is precisely the type of pretentious, style-over-substance, arty crap that makes audiences hate movies like this.