Short enough I feel most people should check it out if they're interested. I would've liked to have seen this as a feature length documentary, because the movie as it stands only explores its subject matter from one (albeit very personal) perspective.
As an exercise in seeing Peter Deming's cinematography for Twin Peaks: The Return get cribbed yet again by a project from a smart director that absolutely shouldn't be using a slightly surreal visual language to convey their story, I'd give this movie five stars.
It's okay. Parts of it kind of really suck, or seem like a Progressive auto insurance commercial, but parts of it I really enjoyed. The script is more or less tight. Meryl Streep.
Maybe I'm just dead inside, but I thought this movie was just barely okay. It was like watching the same exact scene unfold over and over again. And I get that it's a true story, but I honestly secretly despised that, because there's really no payoff here other than "oh gee I thought this was gonna be sad... but actually...!!"
Yeah, I don't know. The cinematography was nice, sometimes the fact that characters were cut off at the waist…