I'm genuinely surprised this film wasn't and isn't more celebrated.
I only actually heard of it for the first time earlier this year.
A really great little film.
Lovely, intimate cinematography which lets the actors absolutely shine and Brie Larson, John Gallagher Jnr and (La)Keith Stanfield don't miss their opportunity.
I really thought the screenplay was great too.
It never once dipped into either over-sentimentally, preachiness or cliche which films like this often succumb to.
My only real criticism of the film is that Rami Malek's character was mostly superfluous. At the start, it seemed like his role might be pivotal but it was a bit of a nothing.
Thankfully, there are more than enough other great characters to make up for this small shortfall.
One to be celebrated!