From today’s Washington Post:

“ALL THE LIGHT IN THE SKY” becomes a funny, touching and intimate meditation on aging and acceptance — the perfect at-home bookend to Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood,” which is in theaters.

Appropriately enough for Swanberg, who has carved out an impressive career in the super-independent space of micro-budget film, “ALL THE LIGHT IN THE SKY” is also about how to keep oneself sustainable within a constantly changing and often cruel media landscape.

Put another way, Swanberg is addressing how we live and love within our means — environmental, emotional and biological. “ALL THE LIGHT IN THE SKY” poses deep questions with the lightest of touches (the funniest of which is co-star Larry Fessenden’s impromptu Jack Nicholson impersonation).

Read the full writeup on the Washington Post website!