Saw this film last night. It's about train-obsessed dwarf who inherits an abandoned train depot in middle-of-nowhere New Jersey. He soon befriends an artist and hot dog vendor. This a comedy, but the humor is very dry and minimalist. It's all about the timing and the facial expressions. Fin, the dwarf, does this brilliantly. You could see the look of exasperation but general acceptance of the world in his eyes. The dramatic element is fulfilling as well- the film acts as a tribute to friendship. All three characters find themselves in the same place because they are escaping something. The film isn't about resolving those problems, but about how their friendship evolves. This is the sort of film where its success of failure comes purely from whether or not the audience likes or cares about the characters. For me, it was a success. Recommended.