Leave the gun. Take the cannoli
A decent movie, with gorgeous scenography and solid screenplay. There are some weak moments for sure, but don't let them cover those beautiful ones from the director so dedicated to catching the flashes of ordinary life and turning them into a remarkably significant dialog. It would be a disaster without Linklater's touching interest of his characters.
The film editing feels a bit shredded. Like, beautiful, cool, fairly dark shots from a home in Seattle conflict with shots taken in other…