Critic Consensus: Easy encapsulates the exploration of gender roles, love and family in true mumblecore fashion, often giving rise to moments that feel raw, intimate and un-meditated.
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Swanberg expands his canvas to fit the city he loves & sketches a Chicago filled with people caught between dreaming for their futures and living their day-to-day lives. If some of the sequences aren't as filled out as the others, that's to be expected.
Some of Easy's subjects are more fleshed out than others, but they are all grounded with conflicts, hopes, and dreams that extend outside the bedroom.
Swanberg's work is undeniably best when people are talking. He likes to let people talk and learn and discover things from each other, and when his characters are allowed to do that, they sound like people I know.
It's the indie film version of Sex in the City that none of us could have imagined.
Easy makes a strong case for independent filmmakers shifting their attentions to streaming TV and reaching audiences that their art-house features never could.
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