Director Alexis Dos Santos stressed improvisation, and his scenes have a lingering emotional rawness, but the handheld camera work left me feeling as woozy as the characters appear to be. full review
Overly familiar but endearing nonetheless, this coming-of-age indie from Alexis Dos Santos is most likely to appeal to those who recognize themselves in the story's lost heroes. full review
A lovely, somewhat messy movie about lovely, messy young lives.
Has a lively, romantic spirit that recalls the playfulness and spontaneity of the French New Wave. full review
Despite some missteps (a parachute metaphor is particularly belabored), the film has an intoxicating quality. full review