Always Right Now

Mark, Ann and Paul Dodd on steps of 68 Brokfield Road house in Rochester, New York
Mark, Ann and Paul Dodd on steps of 68 Brokfield Road house in Rochester, New York

I loved Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood.” I think it is a masterpiece, an understated, big slice of life, some twelve years worth. Oddly, it didn’t feel like a movie. It was as comfortable as a daydream, the unconscious desire we all have to recapture the time when we weren’t trying to recapture anything. The long movie felt short and crystalized out of the blue with the closing line, “It’s like it’s always right now.”

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