Catch it only for Jessie Buckley’s performance. She doesn’t/won’t get the praise she deserves because it’s in a bland by-the-book story of two outcasts in a relationship. But she raises the film to a watchable level; not very many actors could have done that in that role.
Trying to review this film is doing it an injustice. It's tender, it's real, it's gut-wrenching, it's heartbreaking, it's maddening, it's sad, it's happy... it's love.
After drying the tears from my eyes, I came to a realization. Riley Keough just went from a name I recognized to having one of the best performances I've ever seen.
Watch this film.
EDIT: I want to see more of these characters. I would be overjoyed if everyone involved was on board for revisiting them "Before Sunset/Midnight" style.
Also, new man crush: Cary Fukunaga.