The discovery of an anonymous journal sets April on a quest across New York City in search of the author, all-the-while a fantasy builds which complicates her real relationships.Written by
I wasn't going to write a review, but seeing that this is only being represented by one person who didn't like the movie, I feel obligated to. I found this to be an absolutely lovely indie film. It's about love, daydreaming, ideals, coming to acceptance and realizing that what you wanted was right there all along...you were just too busy looking at the outcome to see it. Something that I'm sure we can all relate to, and all of which I, as a 21 year old hopeless romantic girl, have continually struggled with. I see much of myself in April and this movie, so it will now hold a special place in my heart. Obviously I'm biased, but apart from that, I found that all of the aspects of this film were great - especially the little whimsical scenes throughout. Reminds me of an indie American Amélie and being that Amélie is my favorite foreign film, I quite appreciate that. I can see this being a movie that I'll come back to quite often because I think of it dearly. So thank you to everyone involved in this cute, beautifully simple and touching film. Truly.
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