This is one of the few films I can think of where there is absolutely no moment of peril (however mild), no 'chase' scene, no attempt to forcibly quicken the pace to try and build a narrative.
I'm not claiming it top be wholly unique or ground-breaking, but I love how it just trundles along at its own pace without dragging our boring you (or me, at least. I bet many people hate it)
Woody Allen films can do this I spose but I can't think of many others that do. Recommend me!