Turns on the story of two male co-workers who go in search of an ex-girlfriend, of one.
It's slow-paced and at times does seem to be almost trying too hard to be (especially the scene at the waterfall!) but it is not a bad film. However it is by no means anything new, or a trailblazer of any sort!
There's some good scenes like where they are in the ex's apartment and one of them sees a man staring at them from outside in the car park, the suspense does work at this stage as you really did not expect that or know what was happening.
Although once it becomes obvious what the situation surrounding the ex is, then I feel the film loses too much of its meaning and its whole point. I did find her situation very formulaic also and thought some more thought could have gone into that. After then, its painting by numbers almost in that you know what is coming next.
But there are good points, the touching relationship between brother and sister, a rare feature of any film or tv series! This film seems to excel in extolling genuine and down-to-earth relationships, the one between the main character and his friend also.
Someone has mentioned the abrupt ending. For me, I understood it partly, as the story had been told at that point, what more was there to say? I do agree in some ways though, as it seemed again that the director was trying a little too hard to be 'arty' with this aspect.