HappyThankYouMorePlease (2010)

  HappyThankYouMorePlease, initially gives the impression of beautiful pebbles in the sand. You admire the pebbles which stand out because of their nice colors and shapes and you ignore the sand. But as the different stories between the people of the film progress, you get the feeling that the sand is also beautiful 🙂

The characters are very well drawn, the stories for people are true, beautiful. Although the subjects it is dealing with are not light in nature (a child that does not want to go back to its foster family, a young writer still struggling to publish his first book, a girl with an autoimmune disease etc.) it has the ability to address each one without turning it into a burden, giving it an almost optimistic – not naive – dimension.

My rating: 08/10