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(Nov 26, 2014)
Maggie has her routine: she gets up, makes the bed, brushes her teeth, cooks breakfast, writes lists, and cries. But when her mother sets her up on a blind date with Martin, her world changes, and she finds herself falling for the mysterious young man. Now standing in the way of their budding romance are her only friends: the talking fruits, vegetables, and evil ham that occupy her house.
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Feature Commentary with Filmmakers/ Trailer/ English Subtitles
At the center of Horam Kim's mumblecore drama is Maggie, a troubled young woman who fills her days with list-making (for instance, "Things people talk about") and navigating her paralyzing anxiety, which is brought to life in the form of talking fruits and vegetables in her kitchen. When a gentleman caller enters the picture, Maggie's world is split between her crazy brain-space and a longed-for real-life opportunity. The result is a slow, scary, and surprising romance, anchored by a tough, vanity-free performance by Lori Anne Smithey. THE STRANGER
Courageous...a painterly craftsmanship that sometimes echoes Sofia Coppola or Paul Thomas Anderson. CITY ARTS
It’s a fantastic film. Quiet. Claustrophobic. A little horrific. A little bit comedic. Faintly absurd. Romantic. Unlike anything I’ve seen before. HOBART
Absurdity and surrealism are rarely to be found in films lately so [ILYAILYO] is a refreshing change to the norm... The use of the stop motion...blends seamlessly into the story, giving an aura of a distorted but uncomfortably painful reality.
Charming, well acted and brilliantly made. STXSCENE
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