A nice ‘take-a-break’ sort of different and unpredictably dark, funny and moody independent film, written-directed & acted by Zach Braff. Here is a kind of stoic young man suffering from momentary headaches due to compulsive drugs habit. He returns home for his mom’s funeral and encounters his childhood hometown pals and a company of sweet compulsive liar girl. The journey is hanging out with pals to weird places sharing moments that makes one open up about secrets of life. I just loved Natalie Portman’s character here; she’s so natural and special… as always! At times film turns too personal, emotional, but that’s alright. It has some of the most sublime moments to cherish for all indie film lovers. Loved the soundtrack of the film…as beautiful as the film itself!