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Hilarious and touching at the same time, filled with great dialogue (and a bit too much foul-mouthed dialogue, but it fits). Jenny Slate as the lead is absolutely tremendous; the movie is worth seeing just to watch her performance.
Set in Spain, a long-scheduled wedding is suddenly conflicting with the date of the championship football match for the world title involving Spain. Lots of side stories in this funny film with side plots and twists at every turn.
Really good film that gives one a great taste of what Japan was like leading up to and during WWII, which is the backdrop for a story of forbidden love, and consistent loyalty. Really a good film, highly recommended. Very well received at Seattle International Film Festival.
Touching, even if a few scenes are too contrived. But overall, well worth seeing, with some very strong performances.
Not your everyday flic, that's for sure. Interesting, uncommon, with twists and turns that leave you wondering not only where the characters are, but where the movie is going. Gets a little tedious in my opinion, but I see how the "artsy" nature of the film could leave the professional critics singing its praises.....I mean, really, shouldn't we all get on board? Not me. OK, unusual, not "great."