The thing I like most about Joel Haver movies is that they take their time. He draws the viewer in by letting them sit in every shot. The composition is great, color is really nice, and the entire thing was improvised and shot over a week. It's very impressive.
This pairs very nicely with Haver's more recent feature, Pretend That You Love Me. In both, there's a theme of yearning for some kind of human connection. I think a lot of people needed that in 2020 and he captures it so well.