I got home and decided to relax with a movie, so I watched "My Life as a Zucchini." It's a Swiss/French stop-action movie that was nominated for Best Animated Feature for 2016, and oh my goodness, what a charming, unexpected film. The story is actually really simple, about a boy who has to go into a group home after his alcoholic mother dies, but there's such a genuineness about it and the emotions it evokes. Its subject matter might be dark, but it's remarkably tender and tugged at my heartstrings. It's not very long, only 70 minutes, so if you haven't seen it and can find it (I checked mine out from the library), I highly recommend it.