Either because they are so few, or because only the best one come out, European films are almost guaranteed to amaze me. “Dot the I” is no exception. Unknown, unadvertised, with unknown cast yet totally beautiful and impressive.
Excellent photography, great variety and use of cameras, light, costumes and decorations were really good. On top of that a lot of great acting. And on top of that a really interesting plot. Plot is the hardest to make surprising, still they managed. Lots and lots of changing of pace and genres, but smoothly done. Film provides an excellent mix of comedy, romance, drama, action and crime. It is very easy to watch, yet it is refreshing and thought provoking.
Strongly recommended. I’ll watch a few more times probably. 10 out of 10.