Charming, memorable documentary about aspiring bowlers
I saw it at a film festival in Austin a couple years ago, and still tell people about it. I thought it was expertly done, full of an unexpected warmth. It was simply charming. It concerns three aspiring professional bowlers trying to make a living on the tour. It avoids all the potential failings that most 'intentionally quirky' documentaries fall into, and leaves you happier for having seen it. I certainly wasn't a pro bowling fan, but now I'm thrilled to hear news of Walter Ray. An outstanding work. I only wish I could purchase a copy in some form. It's disappointing to want to share this movie, and not to be able to.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?