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I liked how this short film straddles quite a sad story with seriousness and humour. Some of the dialogue really is great, such as "my grandparents were holocaust survivors" and "it's from Walmart", which on their own are lines we've heard before, but the context and situation raises them to a whole other level. Also, cultural appropriation from a Jewish perspective, particularly towards Native Americans, is a nice change. Very sweet and funny.