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Joe's Rotten World (1995)

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Joe has been wasting his life writing an unpublished, voluminous book about the ills of modern society. His wife, Annie, is fed up and leaves him.

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Joe has been wasting his life writing an unpublished, voluminous book about the ills of modern society. His wife, Annie, is fed up and leaves him. Written by Ned Truslow <eatmap@pacbell.net>

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Rated R for strong language, and for some sexuality and nudity
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Wonderful, intelligent indie film
9 December 2003 | by (New York CIty) – See all my reviews

I saw this at the original slamdance in 1995. It was one of my favorites from the festival. It was intelligent, funny and original. Worth checking out if you can find a copy.


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