A sweet, nonviolent, relatable, non-pretentious film. I actually really enjoyed watching it.
Sleep aid rating: five stars. I fell asleep to this film at least seven times before I got through it. As someone who watches movies to help me fall asleep, this is a good thing.
Although it's praised very heavily for being so much like real life, and in many ways this is accurate, I found that it was a little unrealistic. Finn wants to be left alone, and repeatedly rejects the people who want to befriend him. They are determined to be his friends, though, and they keep on persisting until he finally lets them in. In real life, though, being strongly introverted usually turns other people away. Nobody will force a friendship on another person. That said, it's not a bad idea to be persistent in trying to befriend someone. This film highlights the fact that people need human connections, and that there's no reason to isolate yourself from others.