While the film never reaches any hugely profound revelations with its parable-styled stories of compassion and community, and occasionally feels a little slight, it's also enormously enjoyable and gorgeous to watch.
I have to TOTALLY disagree with this being called a "gorgeous" film to watch. I thought it had to be one of the UGLIEST locales ever. The only place I felt was attractive was the camp on a steep hill where the homeless live. The few flowers & the blooming cherry tree at the end was helpful & thank goodness the characters were good-natured cause otherwise I would go out of my mind in such a physically bleak & poor environment.
Jan 11 - 09:51 PM