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Plot? Who needs a plot?
Without plot or incident, and with only the flimsiest of characterizations, Hamilton operates primarily on the level of suggestion and insinuation.
Hamilton immerses itself in the summertime rhythms of one particular blue-collar Baltimore suburb, playing out in uninterrupted chunks of real time.
Well-composed minimalist indie.
There's hope there, mixed with a piercing awareness that wrong turns and missed connections will always be part of Joe and Lena's relationship, and that the best intentions may not be enough to overcome the obstacles they face.
Porterfield finds the rhythms of everyday life well enough, but he rarely grasps the key moments that make them art.
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