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Very offbeat. Very quirky, but sweet, and endearing. Very slow moving, so not recommended for anyone who likes fast paced films. A strange, but for some reason rather enjoyable film.
A botched suicide attempt leads to homeless horticulture and a long distance relationship with an agoraphobic voyeur. I'm serious. The man finds romance while living alone on an island inside a big plastic duck.
Improbable plot aside, I mean who REALLY gets stranded on a deserted island that's completely surrounded by a city, I completely and utterly LOVED this movie. It does get a bit weepy at the end, but it made sense in the context of the story and it made for an incredibly satisfying ending. I just think the movie is genuinely sweet and touching with fantastic performances from the leads. One of the many strengths of the movie is how it is a fairly simple story that's very easy to get into and connect with the characters on an emotional level, you want to see them overcome their faults and eventually meet and become friends, very simple stuff. It's also a very funny and heartwarming film. It's really near perfection. For what it is trying to get across, I think it does everything well and doesn't mess up in any way that it detracts from the experience. As you can see, I am completely in love with this movie. I HIGHLY recommend it, and please do access this film by legal means. If you have Netflix streaming (where I watched it), stream it over there. Don't watch it on YouTube or torrent it. I guarantee that at least 95% of you who watch this will be completely satisfied with the movie. Some of the money does go to Netflix, unfortunately, but at least some of it also goes to the cast and the crew of this movie and they deserve it for such a lovely and wonderful film. I hate to sound preachy, especially for someone who has torrented several extremely successful Hollywood movies.
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