So understated, yet packs a real wallop.
You'll grin, you'll chuckle, you'll lean forward with your elbows on both knees to hear every quiet word, then you'll collapse back in your seat and weep like a widow in church, shoulders heaving.
It's a really, really beautiful film.
So endearing, so simple, so sweet, so sad, so hopeful, so true.
I know you won't see it, because it's a teeny tiny film, but do catch it on television when it streams wide to your bedroom.