Relatability for female characters is seen as being based upon vulnerability, which creates likability. So funny women must not only be gorgeous; they must fall down and then sob, knowing it’s all their fault.
Deeply personal, emotionally resonant and genuinely charming, Taika Waititi paints a beautiful portrait of a father-son relationship on the brink. Driven by top notch performances, this is a must own for fans of smaller stories, focusing on characters, interesting and human themes, and gorgeous photography. Just a real wonder, this film.