Had this in my To Watch for a long time, putting it off because I assumed it would be cheesy and overly sentimental, despite some trusted recommendations.
Turns out, it's a solid coming of age dramedy. I had legitimate laughs and could completely empathize with the protaganist. Tons of lovely exterior shots. Characters can sometimes be a bit overly goofy but it manages to not veer into too much absurdity.
Cinematography was honestly gorgeous. Can't sing it's praises enough. Acting was believable and solid. However, Story was boring, predictable and unengaging (for me, remember this is subjective).
Would not recommend but would suggest looking up screenshots or snippets just to enjoy the cinematography.