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Feel Good Flick without Melodrama
Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2021
Looking for a light romance movie, I caught this movie. The plot courts an ancient question. Do we respond to our feelings when there is still time? Do we allow what is foreign to our self to surface so we can take a look? Do we cut our losses before our losses are tied up in commitment, packaging, expectations or cut? Do true best friends and dedicated parents really know us better then we know ourselves? If people date for two, five, seven years, do we know each other better; or, is it a repeat of the first year? Over and over........
This film invites us into the inner workings of working out that question? Ultimately, the ending is left up to fate. Sometimes, no matter how we envision script, fate steps in and writes a better story. Any film that makes us think about what we do, would do, have done or advise the characters, is a good film, no matter how it's done. This one does that.