bittersweetly


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bittersweetly

(ˌbɪtəˈswiːtlɪ)
adv
in a bittersweet manner
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Hence this unflinching and bittersweetly incisive self-portrait of Charo in chiaroscuro.
What follows is the most bittersweetly open-hearted, as a nameless Native American horse rancher (the revelatory Lily Gladstone) aimlessly seeks a personal connection at an adult education center, and develops an intense but innocent fascination with a socially awkward young tutor, Beth (Stewart), who lives many towns over.
Although Odo's story concludes bittersweetly, the moral of his story is pessimistic and conservative: a retreat to an originary, utopian, prelinguistic state is Odo's destiny and suggests there is no common ground between communication and communion.