She is always late to her employment at the library, and she has likewise let the garden behind her leased house tumble to destroy. In another film, this all would appear to be unpleasant and dim, yet “This Beautiful Fantastic” is not intended to be sensible. It should be a tall tale. That is fine, yet it’s a low-stakes tall tale, wrapped in a stressed garden similitude.
“This Beautiful Fantastic” has a little thrown, and every male character hovers around Bella, needing just to help her, be close to her. Some of these men seem to have nothing else to do in their lives yet pay special mind to her, get her out of scratches, show her how to live, bloom, develop.