World premiere at the 2009 Berlinale.
It's like trying to leave a boring house party, but you cant exit because two people are leaning on the door and having a really long, uneventful conversation.
Fantastic performances -- the lightness of the touch could easily fall into pointlessness, but brilliantly carried by the cast. Kind of a Cassavettes film for the low-affect era. Highly recommended.
I am quite certain that if I filmed my friends having random conversations about their day to day activities, it would be slightly more interesting than this movie was. I say this with the sincerity of a viewer who just volunteered a movie length slot of time to viewing this effort whose point eludes me.
This is a really nice movie. Although it was subtle, and small in a way, it got at big ideas in a way that really held my attention all the way through, and made me think about it again and again.
Humanist filmmaking at its best, with incredibly deep and multifaceted characters drawn from a real life that is rarely depicted so well in films.
Gave it all i had until the end - what a let down
The film was overall okay. The acting was very natural. In fact, it felt like you were watching your friends engage in their own lives. However, there was not enough to the story. Still, I did enjoy watching these characters and settings. I enjoyed the character played by Alex Karpovsky, from the HBO series Girls.
This just never captured my interest. I couldn't gather any empathy for any of the characters, and I finally gave up. This must just be in a genre not for my head :(
A bit confusing as to role of characters and this gets clearer as the movie progresses. A bit slow at times. Well acted.
It was a good movie. Enjoyed the story.
Feels like Austin. Good movie.
Frankly, this movie is just irritating. I was hoping for something redeeming to evolve...but it's just pedestrian.
looks like it might be good so i put it in my queue