shea’s review published on Letterboxd:
it’s a celebration of everything. of life, nature, emotion, purity, food (fruit), hearts and bodies, art, history, friendship, little human intricacies, summer, innocence, the loss of innocence, family, desire, time, communication, filmmaking, love, and knowledge. that might be why this film means so much to me. no matter how low humankind sinks, we can pull a masterpiece like this out of our back-pockets. then we celebrate again.
“you wore that shirt the first day you were here. will you give it to me when you go?”