David Gordon Green seems to love an illustrious, rich, atmospheric vibe to his films that just feel so translucent and free.
I'm gathering this as I've now only seen both this film, and George Washington. I really like that feeling of his early work though, there's something so sincere and brilliant about it that's hard to describe (As you can tell).
However, that doesn't stop him from bringing an interesting yet ever so simple story that has something so inticing to it, All The Real Girls just like George Washington really does that it brings you to a place that seems quite realistic and familiar and standard, but it's what Green does in these settings that is astounding he manages to bring such a uplifting and beautiful feeling to these places with great characters that you really bond with in the space of an hour and forty minutes, it's so fantastic.
This is such a beautiful little film.