This was not for me.
It was alright for what it was. I'm not a big fan of the montage while a guy reads what he's writing. Pretty much when ever an entire film is told via VO it doesn't work for me. Especially with it being one man in one room. Maybe if the flashes were a mix between him dealing with being alone and actual footage with him and the girl he is writing to that could have added something. Also being that his with it being as long as it is it felt like there was a lot of repeating of the same imagery. The first time I saw him dancing with the jacket I thought that was cool, but then became less impressed when it went back to it because there wasn't many actions to choose from to fill the time. But it was well shot. Those are just my opinions.
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