Griff the Invisible

Caught the very Australian film Griff the Invisible last night, and liked it a lot. Ryan Kwanten hits the right note as an oddball dreamer. It’s a love story, one that says that even oddball dreamers need love, and maybe we’re all better off if they get it.

I felt there were some similarities to Michel Gondry’s The Science of Sleep. Both films show us glimpses of the other world that these dreamers live in. And thereby make us feel OK when we occasionally slip into our own world.

It’s a gentle, touching, heartwarming movie.


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