Richard Brody in The New Yorker:

It is, on its surface, a simple movie—it tells the story of a young unmarried mother who is about to go on vacation with her family and wants her child’s father to visit before she leaves—but it is told with a visual poetry, a sense of behavioral nuance, a sense of place, and a sculpting of space and time that are rare in movies anywhere, let alone an American independent film made for a pittance. “Hamilton” has received some terrific reviews, and can be downloaded or streamed from Amazon, but hasn’t gotten the release or the attention it deserves.

[Thanks to Akbi Khan.]