Hilarious and really moving. I'm torn on its treatment of gender. On one hand the portrayal rings very true to a lot of couples. On the other it felt like the film, rather than the characters, was reaching a certain conclusion that felt a bit off. Are the dynamics in the film due to biology or society? I tend to think more the latter. But overall a really great dramedy.
Band Aid is such a fun, wonderful, hilarious little movie. What Band Aid lacks in grandiosity, it makes up with charm, wit, and humor. Zoe Lister-Jones does a fantastic job both in front and behind the camera. The performances are universally great and the film is fun for all. Like Joshy last year, Band Aid is the funniest film I saw at Sundance 2017. It may also be the most heart warming, loving, and therapeutic.