These are important moments for every parent - on a personal and intimate level. I'm not really sure what was the motivation behind it to publish this film. I believe it stays within a good taste for an artist to retain a certain level of modesty, where he/she stays in the background of their work. Unfortunately, this feature clearly shows no respect for other people's time. I'd like my 10 minutes back, please! :-)
A powerful fight over identity, a filmmaker coming to face his new role while fighting to not loose his creativity. The result is a new found capacity to conjugate both roles of this man's life and, most of all, an endearing tribute to life and fatherhood. And nothing of what is is the movie takes away the simple and fun experience the audience has while discovering the fun concepts game the director is making.
Filming a child, it's hard to fail. Jay turned father, and looking at his daughter, remembers what he learned in a film school. But it's not him holding the camera: now it's his friend, and later his daughter will grow to replace him. Fun, but would play better if it were 4-5 minutes max.