I guess it's a personal film for the filmmakers, as the experience of a gay carer isn't quite a mainstream story. I think the portrayals of the patient and the carer are both very realistic. It tells just how much schizophrenia can uproot young lives.
This is a film where two people keep talking and talking. It seems like they never stop talking. It meanders until the final few minutes, when the conversation becomes meaningful. It may be an artistically accomplished film, but it's not for me.
Not much happens in the film, and the characters are rather flat and dull. The colour scheme is beautiful, but it doesn't save the film from being a bore. I'm not the target demographic, so I thought it was pretty but boring.