It's one of those movies where the initial Sundance audience reaction and award is justified. It's an odd premise for a movie, but as you watch it, you realize that the movie speaks true to anyone who is lonely and how and when interaction is important in one's life. The acting is top notch and very naturalistic and the story's strength relys on the writing which roughly translates to the film being a heavy dialogue based film, which may or might play out with some viewers. It's a movie where there is a certain sadness and desperation that the central characters emulate but importantly the film depicts the basic foundation and needs of adult friendship. I highly recommend it.
Last edited by Giles; 10-15-03 at 11:50 AM.