21 October 2017 | kateayres
Funny, sad and a little bit shocking
The pace and the choppy jumps between story lines reminded me of early Guy Ritchie films. That aside, I found the film fresh and original. The humour is dark and the life and death topics are handled without sentiment, so it's very grown up. But it's got a heart too, and the characters, especially the women, are engaging, for all their human failings!
Top marks for the acting, and a decent overall score. Would have been a solid 10 had the abortion argument been more even handed.