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  • 3.8
After the welcome distraction of a visit from her over-the-top gay BFF (Danny Rhodes), it's back to normal everyday life for Lori (Allison Latta). Suddenly, all her dissatisfactions bubble to the surface: work (a routine office job) is boring; her finances aren't ideal; and, overnight, practically everything her straight-arrow boyfriend Anson (Anthony J. Baker) does gets on her nerves. Even a stray sneeze on the street can spark her short temper into flame. What do these two people want from each other? Should they have gotten together in the first place? Are they just having a bad patch or is the current strain between them just a taste of what the future could hold in store? Last but not least, is it "weird that you have the capacity to dream about Bruce Willis but Bruce Willis doesn't have the capacity to dream about you?" Frank V. Ross' Arizona-set independent drama explores the kind of incompatibility issues you've no doubt witnessed (and possibly experienced) yourself. It is an unpredictable slice of life whose occasional heated moments play out in juxtaposition to a remarkable jazz soundtrack composed by Dave King and performed by his Minneapolis trio Happy Apple. - Dennis Harvey

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The film is entertaining the entire way through. However unlike Quietly on By, Frank V. Ross does not expand and separate himself from the mumblecore genre and a film that while entertaining doesn't have must of a plot. It's a realistic portrait of the average american couple. Nothing more, nothing less.

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The film is entertaining the entire way through. However unlike Quietly on By, Frank V. Ross does not expand and separate himself from the mumblecore genre and a film that while entertaining doesn't have must of a plot. It's a realistic portrait of the average american couple. Nothing more, nothing less.

1 member likes this review