John Morgan’s review published on Letterboxd:
Very good, as far as tales like this are concerned.
Although it circled for a bit, and stayed on the surface when I felt it could've gone deeper, it was plenty heartwarming.
Saw it for Nighy, and he did not disappoint. Really subtle work, but a performance that lingers.
Brisk 100 minutes. The story structure helped with that. Threw me a couple times. In a good way.