Quite good. The slice-of-life approach works better in some places than others, but you have to admire the director's commitment to point of view. The face that the movie forgoes all "events" and only shows us what happens in between plot points (exactly what movies usually ignore) makes this more compelling than Pavilion probably has any right to be.
Ghost-like showcase of youth in AZ. The images are stellar and the rhythm of the movie is hypnotic. The quietness of the narrative is admirable and definitely unique to other quiet "indie" movies. Really not much to hate here, except that the conflict of the movie is barely there and if it went on longer, I would have shot myself. Other than that, very solid effort. I'll be looking forward for more from Tim Sutton.
A really quiet summer movie with the structure of Slacker where ennui is the enemy. The beauty of the images are something to strongly admire. I really liked the themes and the ideas behind this film but it's good it wasn't longer than 70 minutes, theres only so much I could take. A very well done film, thats not for everyone but that I personally enjoyed immensely.