Idiosyncratic is something of a filthy word with regards to portraying non mainstream film. However this drawing in first film from the British chief Rachel Tunnard wears its crackpot capriciousness rather well. Natively constructed and fun loving in its stylish, the film handles profound topics the mourning of the focal character with a light, and frequently diverting touch.
Jodie Whittaker is dynamite in the part of Anna, whose life has slowed down since the passing of her twin sibling. She has moved into her mom’s garden shed, ignored individual preparing to ruinous impact and breathes easy making short movies that star her interminably quarreling thumbs.