7th viewing, twice in 3 days quite literally the funniest thing ever made.
I'm nothing if not sucker for unfiltered dialogue. A plethora of uniquely flawed characters interacting in this intensely human, intensely personal, pseudo-realistic world constructed by Hartley.
Far more engaging than the last(and only other) Hartley I've seen(No Such Thing). The only part that, not only initially confused me, but left me wanting more was the side story happening simultaneously with the struggling mother that Maria meets at the bus stop. Definitely makes sense as a tangential storyline especially after some…