Very cinematographic: the format of the puzzle similar to a wide movie theater screen, whimsies referring to film noir, and image itself that goes back to a time when men casual wear was very formal. Think Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in a color movie. The well lit diner is the center of attention that contrasts with an empty neighborhood. Four people in an aquarium, as insects attracted to the light. Nothing much going on, really. Is it the beginning or the end of a story? Doing this puzzle is like meditating on human condition. And imagining stories. And hearing sounds: the soft buzz inside the diner, the quiet outside. And what's going on inside the heads of these characters? This puzzle is very enjoyable because of its evocative power and color scheme (the green turquoise of the sidewalk as a halo around the diner, echoing the faded neon yellow inside is so yummy!), and the engineering of the pieces that adds jazz to the grid. False edge pieces, yeah, plenty, bring it on! Straight edge does not mean it's an edge piece. And bring me a cup of joe with that!