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  • What might have been annoyingly solipsistic proves mostly charming and poignant instead, largely thanks to Nance's cinematic ingenuity, but also because of his ability to both probe his feelings and hold them at a distance. show more

  • Terence Nance’s unique film, freely mixing autobiography, animation and artiness, is a dizzyingly complex collage about romance and memory. show more

  • A playfully self-reflective rumination on what writer-director Terence Nance has described as "self-awareness through experience with love." show more

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