The Times ****
“Gentle, modest in scope and rather lovely in a gauche, unassuming kind of a way, Philip Seymour Hoffman’s directorial debut…is a beautifully acted study of two lonely souls…Everything here is on a small scale – which makes the central scene, a disastrous dinner party, resonate like an earthquake”
"A gentle, unpretentious comedy about ordinary people connecting - and disconnecting."
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CLOSE - UP Film
"The film is very cinematically written and imaginatively shot, right from the very first sequence."
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"Full of character quirks, long speeches and verbal tics, this has all the hallmarkds of a quality production."
The Film Pilgrim
"The movie shines with brilliant performances."