There’s a good chance you’ll be anxious to get to a clearly salient point or bothered by jumps between story lines. Waxing poetic about life and death, love and loss may seem embarrassingly awkward or achingly tedious, at best. But that’s exactly where the tension lies in every conversation following tragedy: you’re either fumbling for a tissue or fidgeting with a stray thread. How you view this film will depend upon your life experiences, temperament, outlook and even your mood. It is you and whatever you leave behind.