This is absolutely wonderful; both personal and performative, yet still clearly conceived of as a film (and therefore bypassing the idea that this is merely documentation of either). Extremely accomplished in what it manages to invoke with disparate and heterogeneous elements, what carries through the entire film is, as the title implies, a sense of devotion, of partnership. It's one of those cases where the film manages to be inspiring on a level of personal life, demonstrating multifaceted artistic trajectories which still allow a total development of relationship, and also the role of parenting.
As a distinctively lesbian film as well, this is inspiring. I can't help but read the trapeze scene as homage to Barbara Hammer, which I imagine may be intentional.
Anyway, this was an extremely satisfying surprise.