I just saw Moonrise Kingdon

and this new yorker article says this perfectly:

“One of the film’s sweetest themes is the idealism of young love and how life’s trials make it easy to lose and tough to recapture. Music, books, art, fashion, and all sorts of beautiful objects are seen here as the food of love—a feast that lovers themselves prepare, and for which they gather the ingredients on the wild side.”

It says a few other things that are a bit too deep for me, but basically I loved this film deeply and will see it again very soon.
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