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I must confess. My guilty television viewing habits of the past have frequently included The Mentalist, a formulaic yet witty dramatic detective series with a subtle but prevalent comedic underbelly. The series features a rebellious but brilliant mind gone rogue to fulfill his own mission — rules be damned — like House M.D., but with murder investigations instead of medical mysteries. But, let me get back on track…

A while back, I had a chance to see a Fantastic Fest screening. Ultimately, my schedule demanded I sacrifice seeing this film in favor of another. For some time, I kicked myself. Besties is written by Rebecca Perry Cutter, who also happens to be a writer on The Mentalist. This also marks the feature film debut for Cutter as a director. This intrigued me, however I managed to learn a valuable lesson as well. It’s a lesson I’ve learned, and likewise forgotten »

- Travis Keune

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