Documentaries about simple people with a passion for whatever are often cosy and lighthearted, making the audience want to share the subject's passion, at least to a degree, and at least for a while. But that always hinges on the liveability of the person portrayed, and how well they can convince you about the awesomeness of model trains/bird watching/origami/whathaveyou. As the subject in One ticket please is rather annoying, not relatable at all and don't really seem to enjoy the theatre, the documentary fails to enthuse, and thus falls flat.
Passed the Bechdel test
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