"I've come to sing you the song of happy people".
Imagine a feature-length version of the excellent dinner table scene in Before Midnight, and you have the vibe of Skylab down pat. Julie Delpy's nostalgic family comedy is a delight, a grandma's jewel box filled to the brim with memories and quirks and trinkets obviously pulled from her own life that the audience will be able to find in theirs, some shinier and grander than the cheap plastic of others, but never less affecting. It's overall a slight film, and will be too slight and personal for some, but for a Saturday morning at 8am (when I watched it), it went down like a treat. The performers are having fun, the dialogue is hilarious, it's beautiful, light, and the perfect escape for around 2 hours, which is all I really want in a film sometimes. A revisit will definitely be in order in the future.