"...marvelous mysteries, quirky connections and cockeyed running gags that Rohal effortlessly weaves into the design of [this] crazy-quilt comedy." - Sean Axmaker, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Lost on a highway somewhere between Steven Soderbergh's "Bubble" and David Gordon Green's "George Washington," Todd Rohal's debut film is a groggy, idiosyncratic look at a community after one of its own goes missing. An oddball slice-of-life with a sugary glaze of weird, "The Guatemalan Handshake" is an interesting exercise in mood - think Todd Solondz without the storm clouds.
A delightful , entertaining,engaging comedy fugue. It just keeps movin' and groovin''A great Fandor find.
I enjoyed this movie a lot. Interesting soundtrack.
enigmatic, ugly america raises its head and whimpers, scrambles time and smells funny.