This is a patchwork story of the initial journey through adulthood. The settings may too earnestly scream "indie rock" but the stories are warm and intimate. The black-and-white artwork lingers on the expressive figures. The fine-textured brushwork needs no coloring.
I've seen local described as "The 12 greatest indie films never made", and thats completely correct. Each chapter has it's own distinct narrative style, representing a year in the main character's life as she movies from city to city across the US, meeting people and going about her life. I do think the ending could have been handled more gracefully however.