Steven's quiet evening in his local pub is interrupted when Rachel arrives looking for her blind date...
Winner of Audience Awards at Los Angeles and Austin Film Festivals.
funny and realistic!
I was drawn in by the fanciful opening credits and the accompanying background sounds of the bar but felt there could have been a smoother transition to the opening scene. Rachel is quirky, Steven's eyes puppy dog expressive. Some of the tripping and falling at the beginning of the "meeting" scene seemed a bit contrived. This is a believable situation and, unfortunately, an ending that's also imaginable because we humans don't always say what we feel ("stay with me"). Sometimes it costs us a lifetime of happiness.
great acting, especially on Rachel's part
very good. quirky example of what can happen on a blind date. Felt bad for steven though.
check this film out!!!
Very fine and well executed modern parable....the dialogue had a contemporary ring of truth.
The acting, and intercutting was slick, natural and entertaining.
Great character chemistry, sad ending.