The film is a hybrid of High Fidelity and Once. The actor Nick Offerman is a widowed musician composer record store owner father of a lesbian daughter similarly inclined. Toni Colette is the landlady of the store who has just raised the rent, thus forces Nick to close the last remaining record shop. It is difficult not to be caught up with the syrupy indie music and contrived plot. Nick Offerman is a revelation as the father. He makes the most mundane dialogue come alive. Just give in and go.