Wonderful, wacky, and very funny short about the strange ways of love
What a riot! An utterly original and competently produced little comedy that's deceptively simple on the surface while also tapping into the deep roots of the comic tradition. Given the light touch, one might be tempted to dismiss it at first as fluff, but it's just wacky enough to draw you in, and you begin to realize that there's something peculiar going on below the surface. Somehow reminiscent of David Lynch, but without the extremes of exotic weirdness and with a spirit finally more Joycean in its embrace of the human comedy. Not to exaggerate: it's a short, modest work. But full of promise and again, genuinely funny: I was cracking up like walnuts, walnuts.
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