Interesting, gentle sad (but not depressing) story of the inevitability of loss and chance.
Three siblings decide whether to keep or sell their mother's country home and art collection
after her death, exploring how we give 'things' meaning, and how that meaning changes due
to context, generation, and what we need from them.
But while the ideas are intriguing, and the acting good it never quite reached the deepest
level of feeling or thoughtfulness for me.
Called a masterpiece by a number of critics, and something close by others, I cant quite go
there, but it is an intelligent, quietly moving experience, that I'll probably revisit yet again,
since it grew on me on a second viewing.