Watch the full film on the
Welcome to Fandor. Watch thousands of award-winning films online. ×

Acquaintances of a Lonely John2008

  • 3.1
He lives his life alone trying to connect with anything or anyone he can. Sometimes it is hard to tell the difference between hysterical crying and hysterical laughter.

Copy embed code

×

Member Reviews (18)

I'm not really sure if there was a point.

1 member likes this review

Slightly better than the other two films I've seen by these brothers, but still wasn't interesting or funny.

1 member likes this review

zzzzzzzzz

1 member likes this review

Boring

1 member likes this review
0e5539172ba77355e79a9db0e1de45b7?default=https%3a%2f%2fd3uc4wuqnt61m1.cloudfront.net%2fassets%2favatars%2fmale%2favatar m 0083
top reviewer

I really enjoyed that a lot. It didn't bow down to the traditional plot, the usual arc of problems. It's just a very realistic interesting set of dynamics between quirky people I'd never have a chance to sort of get to know otherwise. The winning smile at the beginning that's rejected is so sad, I really wanted to see what his life was like.

Picture?width=100&height=100
top reviewer

Not the funniest or the most interesting of the John films, but worth a look.

its easy to relate to this character

Good.

Reminds me of my life.

Pointless with an abrupt ending. I want my 14 minutes back.

boring

Boring and bad sound

Some humorous moments. Maybe a more fleshed out idea to tie these events together would help the film be stronger.

Ah I felt so bad for the guy. He truly was lonely.

This film was either over my head or below my intellect..

sweet, meant to be reality based I believe but fell short