Any else seen this?
One of my favorites of the year so far. It's seemingly bleak look at the inanities, eccentricities and idiosyncrasies of contemporary life is actually filled with compassion, humor and humanity. A number of the vignettes are absolutely hilarious and a scene involving a guitar solo in a moving house is one of the most quietly thrilling cinematic experiences I've ever had. Just had a huge grin plastered to my face while thinking, I can't believe I'm seeing this.
It definitely takes the right mindset going in, but if you're there, I'm sure you'll love it.