I caught this in a second run having missed the first. There were maybe a dozen of us in the theatre and the laughter and engagingly imaginative story lent an almost live theatre feel to the experience. It's one of a handful of times I've been in a cinema and audience members clapped at the end. The entire piece has an offhandedness, a lack of the super charisma and need for approval that has come to saturate 'major' motion pictures, giving one a wonderful feeling of welcome where involvement and or co belief is concerned. A simple complex human story with laughs and an invitation to be intellectually present throughout.
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