Bourgeois problems but raw real emotion. What the first act of Melancholia would have looked like if it were told with articulation. Profoundly built on a bed of nostalgia. Powerful character moments vocalized through well-written dialogue that remains real but focused. It's like, if Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf and A Mid Summer Nights Dream had an illegitimate child. Great example good of deus ex machina.
The film tries to be a indie-wedding-movie but, eventhough it has nice and witty dialogues sometimes, it fails to really build the characters. But I got to admit I liked the confrontation, kind of a romantic deconstruction, between Lila and Laura in the middle of the movie, just after Laura had done her big romantic exposition (despite the acting, that is nothing but regular) and some of the camera movement.