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A hilarious and unexpectedly sweet doc.
Every now and again a film comes out of nowhere and knocks you sideways.
It warmly records humour, eccentricity, love and bereavement -- and conflict, too.
A loose and occasionally amiable documentary about Scottish folk music, Where You're Meant to Be isn't half as charming as it thinks it is.
The real highlight is Moffat's on-stage banter: affable, fun, foul-mouthed.
Affectionate, playful and irreverent in spirit.
With its mix of dark melancholy and bawdy humour, its grime and its visual magnificence, Where You're Meant to Be feels like a celebration of the real Scotland, in all its messy, joyful chaos.
Director Fegan has an eye for evocative shots of Scottish landscapes. He also shares Moffat's sense of mischief and his eye for a comic image.
It's a diverting little film, though it left me wanting more: more about Aidan, more about Sheila, more about the music itself.
One of those rare films that makes you sit up and take notice of something you didn't even realise you cared so much about.
Aidan Moffat is endearing and game throughout, providing the film with a lilting, self-reflective narration.
Somehow Moffat manages to be endearing even when he's being crass.
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