It’s a very funny concept. A few scenes run a bit too much like a travel show on TV (many reunions, local colour, town’s scenic highlights) and it is not terribly ambitious, but this is still a charming film. My main critique was that Leco felt a lot more layered and likeable than Lina, who didn’t have much of a personality. Both characters are understated and don’t reveal too much, so little hints and the expressions of the actors are really key. As Leco, Alexander Gammal outshines Hallie Switzer's Lina, even though she is quite unusual and luminous to look at. Modra is Canadian director Ingrid Veninger’s first solo feature film and it’s something to be proud of.