This film is lighthearted, pleasant & deadpan throughout. But it's a good hang, despite threatening to veer off into an unbearable level of twee. It keeps its balance and the utter lack of sentimentality keeps it tonally stable.
The story is quite uncomplicated on the surface. Point A to Point B and so on, but it moves at the perfect pace and tells a casually interwoven tale of life from a very novel perspective.
Nick Offerman & Jess Weixler are equally charming and, despite the simplicity of the film's concept, do a good enough job -- along with their acting cohorts -- to maybe spawn a philosophical question here or there.
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