The documentary style filming seems like it should draw you in, but somehow ended up pulling of the story time and time again. The same could be said for the interesting yet ineffective approach to the background music, which exists entirely within the story. I'm a stickler for soundtracks- I can admit that- so maybe I'm being a bit harsh... but even so I didn't feel it.
This movie wanted to be all those buzz words that people throw around when they try to explain something feeling genuine: "Raw" and "Real" and "Visceral" etc. But in the end the whole thing just felt a bit labored. Even a good story can't bring you back when there's this much working against
Watcher X says: "I didn't like the shaky camera."
So, Queue it or Don't do it?
I have to say don't do it. Watch SherryBaby instead.