Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Happy-Go-Lucky

Ok, the reason I wanted to see Mike Leigh's film, Happy-Go-Lucky, and the reason a number of people recommended it to me, is because it's a film about a 30-year-old goofball who likes birds, bookshops, trampolines, bright patterned tights and hanging out with her friends. And I was amply rewarded on all those counts. But as it turned out, I loved the film because it is brilliant, genuine (much of the dialogue was improved), inspiring and true. Watching *Happy-Go-Lucky* made me hopeful for the world, as does the fact that such an ingenuous ingenius little film has received such incredible and universal acclaim.

See it see it see it.

Smile!

It's all in your head
RR

3 comments:

Anne-Michelle said...

i heard mike lee (wait, is that his name?) be interviewed by jian ghomeshi about this film, while i thought he (the director) was being kind of a pompous tool throughout the interview, the movie sounded (a) great and (b) like something i should suggest you see.

but luckily you are very ahead of me.

Anne-Michelle said...

leigh. right. not lee. damn. you'd think i would know to pay attention to, um, names by now.

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