The Map of Tiny Perfect Things

The Map of Tiny Perfect Things ★★★½

The loop of pi around youth.

It’s a Morning-Night-Morning-Infinity joint, so it’s obviously loaded with everything expected from what is essentially one of the most elucidated pictorial templates. Yes, it’s ‘Groundhog Day’ Pt. 230, but it’s sweet and it’s also glaring to the self-owning and implosion of the genre. The idea of stories where the pedestrian becomes the existential prophet from repeating the same daily process, noting the over-saturation of basic living, achieving a popularity where the repetitions repeat into the void of over-saturating its own market. Groundhog Hollywood is vitalized and damaged by the gimmick: Restate Your Point Until It Stays True. Basic by all surfaces, but more than capable of dissecting and refining the way the world parrots on. It’s nice.

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