"I'd agree with everything in this review but only give it a strong 3 stars. There are moments which suggest some of the success is accidental. The cliche of the father who is introduced to us as an angry man at a dinner table who insults his wife's food; that's it - his character study. The meeting of Cindy and Dean in a care home doorway seems simply to forget that there's a 3rd person present (the grandmother) and plays quite a long scene having to pretend that the woman would forget and the man ignore her. It seems trivial but it's a prolonged truthless minute where the convenience of the film overrides authentic human behaiour. The film did seem to show more than it needed to of the relationship between the leads when there were rich picking to be had in the influence on them of the surrounding family. Very well acted (and sometimes feeling improvised) but I did wonder if it wasn't a sort of vanity project for the actors."