A delightful movie. The story line, for me, had some weak spots but its concept is sound and the root underlying impulses to which it addresses are timeless--the human story of a young man and women seeking connection. However, the performances of Analeigh Tipton and Miles Teller more than make up for any other shortcomings. They had great chemistry. Analeigh conveyed emotional depth and wonderful expression through movement and words--her dancing scene around was magical and genuine, her timing was without a pause too long nor too short, and you cannot help but grow fond of her character. The same goes for Miles but in quite a different way--Analeigh was the one bubbling with youthful energy and quirkiness set against Miles's character, a young Minnesota guy, thoughtful, considerate, contemplative, and purposeful in seeking to connect with a lovely flower that had fallen into his life. In this age of independence and divorce, it is refreshing to see played out the desire in these two to ultimately try work through life's challenges. Certainly, two thumbs up for these two young actors!