Left heartbroken by the woman he loved and lost forty years ago, an eccentric small-town locksmith (Al Pacino) tries to start his life over again with the help of a new friend (Holly Hunter) in this intimate character study from indie auteur and one-man industry David Gordon Green (George Washington, All the Real Girls, Joe). A film that looks at love and human connection, it’s a melancholy work imbued with moments of surrealism. The performances are terrific. Pacino is restrained (yes, restrained), and there is terrific support from Hunter and a completely wired Harmony Korine.
Green’s best film in quite some time.