Suffers from the usual issues of this type of film (trying not to spoil anything) and has a pretty cheap, tv movie, look for a lot of its runtime.
Despite its issues the strong performances from Holbrook, Coleman and Hall keep things somewhat interesting.
Watched at Chapter, Cardiff.
One thing I can say with certainty is that the three lead performances are superb.
I need to watch it again though. Firstly, as it's a film that I feel will grow with multiple viewings. Secondly, because a fight broke out around an hour and a half into the screening I attended, and it was more than slightly distracting. One of the, absolutely off their faces, scrappers left the cinema shouting "I can't believe you did…
I can't write anything constructive about this film. My reasons for loving it are far too personal to be of interest to anyone else.
It's simply one of the most magical films ever made and its existence has improved, and will continue to improve, my life.
Isn't it fantastic the way films can do that?