Wonderful. Beautifully written. Emotionally charged screenplay that flows really well. A breath of fresh air. Deals with very specific feelings, wades around it and allows itself to unravel.
A perfect portrait of letting go and the selfishness that comes with it. Starting over is messy before you become clean, and even then some things stick. One of those films where just by seeing the first scene, you know it's going to be a great one.
A beautifully shot portrait of love. Real and raw in every sense. Gives a fresh take in its depiction. Stronger in its silence.
Simple yet affective. Love is in the simple things. It doesn't require big speeches or grand moments. It is not defined by a slur, it gives a whole new meaning to words.