is unpretentious and sweet-hearted -- in one scene, during a calm stroll Noémie hears a click, looks up to a bridge to see a familiar-looking boy taking her picture, then chases him until he makes an escape on a train. What's so adorable about the scene is the coy expression on the boy's face as his train pulls away; it's subtle -- only, like, four tiny lines differentiate it from his default-expression -- but it tells this whole story about who he is and how he feels. Great stuff.

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Gray Horses