Charming, infectious musical romance for the digital age that owes more than a whisper to Jacques Demy.
It has a little more up its sleeve than one might expect, developing into a composed acknowledgement on the everyday trivialities that affect one’s aspirations.
Those frustrated by its lack of new aesthetic ideas should be persuaded by its fierce commitment to bygone ones.
Allegory on female maturity delivered with terse control by its first-time director, who here displays an enormous amount of rhythmic and compositional talent.
But her ambiguous plot is pretty bloated, even at 72 minutes.