Overall the film felt quite directionless, as directionless as the film's main character Patrick "Kitten"'s life felt to her, but without any narrative tools suitably tying those together. So, not brilliant, nor amazing. Still, there were two main things the movie brought to me- these were highlighted in my eyes of this particular slice of living life on Earth presented by the film. One of them, taking place & built up over time, manifested as a pastiche of violent events in my mind- the amazing trick of evil that causes an individual's own ideas & projections about a situation or person to act in a way that he or she would likely find abhorrent otherwise. From domestic violence to murder & bombings, the same exact dynamic at the root of all. This was quite effective, though I have no idea how intentional. The second thing brought to my attention was the countenance of this mixed spirit individual known as "Kitten". I have known people, though not closely, like Kitten who lived from their core, simply, seemingly fearlessly, and seemingly without compromise and I have never understood it. I am quite a cautious person myself and have never really, truly understood that there are those to whom using some sort of camouflage toward continued existence on Earth (i.e. not dying) would not really be a serious option. Only now in my forties am I coming to understand this through my own life, in my own way. Kitten is true to herself throughout her life in this film, and it is certainly an interesting little filmic diary. Outstanding, no. Worth a watch, and quite good- yes. Recommend.