Brimmin with character and charm. It chronicles the trials and struggles of a man in the wake of the theft of his bicycle. What surprises me most was how light hearted a fair it was. I assumed it'd be far more morose, and serious... but instead it keeps a light hearted feel throughout its duration. Ya got a quick pace to it which helps greatly, and it's down to earth, fully realized, atmospheric nature help bring this one home. At the end of the day, it's a very joyful watch, that feels surprising modern. I think perhaps the best part is that it ends no where like I expected it to, thus making it delightful. It never loses a grounded feel, and throughout the film we, the audience, feel like passive spectators watching this story unfold. It's brilliant, charming, understanded in the best way, and wonderfully written, subverting all expectations and rising above my expectations.