This was some great story telling, had the look and feel of being shot with a freehand camera, because you feel like you're actually there, engaged, watching these two lost people find a connection. It was very raw, intimate and real, not your typical polished, overly scripted Hollywood type of movie. Uncomfortable silences are good. You're rooting for Diane Kruger the entire way after she ends a bad relationship and sets out to start over and figure out who she is now that she's on her own. It's definitely a "Do over" moment for her character. If you're a Norman Reedus fan, this is his best dramatic film role ever. I felt he was the heartbeat of the movie. The two had great chemistry and made you feel something for each of their characters. I hope this little indie film gets the exposure it deserves. I will be looking for more from this Director, I love her style and the way this movie flowed, like real people, having real sex, real conversations and real heartbreak. Reminds me a an old school movie from the 70's.