January 6th, 2009


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.


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