This is a very well-told story. It's small, and it's intimate, and it's quiet. It's subtlety surprising. It's well-acted, and impressively shot. I just don't know that all of that adds up to it actually being enjoyable.
For me, I wasn't bored, but I wasn't particularly entertained, either. It's a movie that hangs like a portrait in an art gallery. It's just kind of there, and can be very nice to look at, but what it does for you is probably dependent upon you--what you bring to it, and what you get out of it personally.