I saw this film in a tiny theater at the IFC the other night and I cannot stop thinking about it. It is a slow-paced but beautiful film about loss, death, and struggle and the human connections that help get people through tough times. It spoke to me.
The film's main character is the city of Columbus, Indiana, a real-life destination for art and architecture nerds.
This film has received some incredibly reviews and I feel like for me, it's that rare gem of an indie movie that I wholeheartedly agree with critics on. I mean, look at this: A Metacritic score of 89 and a Rotten Tomatoes score of 97%.
This movie doesn't have a wide release so catch it in theaters if you can. This is definitely a must-own once it comes out on digital home release.