Sunday, May 27, 2007
Caffeine is a very pleasant little film. It is full of quirks and odd characters, interesting insights and gentle humor.
It all takes place in one day in one cafe in London, so we're not talking superheros saving the earth, here; but, rather, quick tales of love and work, desire, styles of living, and ways of telling other people how they should live.
The acting is very good, with many familiar faces, including Mena Suvari,
and Katherine Heigl. Marsha Thomason, the lead, is excellent.