Critic Reviews for Benjamin
From this delicate premise, "Benjamin" wrings a lot of warmly perceptive, occasionally acidic humor.
What's best about the film, though, is its concession to tenderness.
If this romcom were any lower-key, it might go off-radar - or off-gaydar - without trace. But Colin Morgan, as failing Irish-London film-maker, is terrific at doleful, muted self-regard.
A miraculously heartfelt love story, sweet and poignant in all its awkwardness.
The script crackles with endlessly sharp throwaway lines, astute observations of the underground "art scene," and sweet, well-executed montages.
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