Watched Jun 16, 2012
Tony Huang’s review:
Pleasant without pandering, melancholy without heavy-handedness, light weight and amusing, but full of some gentle profundity. Essentially in two parts: one to endear us to the father, the second to process the complicated grief of what he leaves behind. Key scene being the black-out, in which everyone is lost but can see the stars--and then the film moves on. Perhaps even-handed ("balanced", perhaps) to a fault, lacking much of a point-of-view; but delightful, and convincing.