Never Rarely Sometimes Always

the bare maximum. 

so empathetic so intimate so focused - like all her movies - whatever doesn’t occur in the immediate moment is periphery - the goodwill and intention of others often in question - magnified stories that can get you thinking about the world socially, politically, economically.... like a ken loach movie in that way

bits of seemingly crucial information - rarely hinted at - ultimately reveal themselves as secondary - her characters make choices - each choice significant - reflecting the premise of their life as a whole 

a movie I wish I coulda caught in a theater rn.