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The Map of Tiny Perfect Things


Two teens trapped in a single repeating day pass the time wandering around their small town in search of moments of joy and connection.

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From the Watercooler:

Like Palm Springs, this is a love story at its core, but it’s so much more than that. It uses the premise to explore the human condition and how time defines us in ways we can’t perceive, because we’re too close to it. Only when we pause, take a step back, and change our point of view can we truly appreciate the entire picture. Read More

From Richard Lawson at Vanity Fair:

The Map of Tiny Perfect Things knows its limits. It’s careful about when to be twee, when to strive for profundity, and when to hold back. The film has an agreeably modest scale, despite its lofty considerations of physics and the makeup of existence. Full Review

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