It hurts when your eyes bleed tears. I mean, it really hurts. Especially if you have something as beautiful as is the art of this film in front of you.
The tale itself is painfully honest, and deals with the aspects of life in such an innocent and unbelievably wonderful way. I've felt broken down and then picked up while watching, and that feels amazing.
Somewhere in the last hour the story comes to pretty much a complete halt for too long, but it gets better near the end. I did feel like it didn't go full out because of that, but it didn't ruin the whole experience.
There are moments where a combination of what's happening, with the…