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Scotch and Milk (1998)

A brooding self-styled swinger obsessed with things from the 1950's loses himself in booze and night clubbing amongst similar other men. Meanwhile he pines for the woman he really loves, ... See full summary »

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A brooding self-styled swinger obsessed with things from the 1950's loses himself in booze and night clubbing amongst similar other men. Meanwhile he pines for the woman he really loves, but is incapable of establishing a meaningful relationship with. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
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Swingers in Black & White
24 September 1999 | by (Central Texas) – See all my reviews

I saw this at a special screening in Austin, Texas. The place was packed (I guess everyone will show up for a free movie) and barely got in. After I sat through the 2 hour movie, I thought I just saw a bad black & white version of Swingers. Right after the movie, Adam Goldberg was doing a Q&A with the audience, and complaining he couldn't get anyone to pickup the film for distribution. He says that Swingers was filming at the same time Goldberg created this film, and scoffed at that film. You know which film was a success, and which one didn't get the nod. There is a reason why. Scotch & Milk attempted to be an artsy-fartsy film, but almost made me fall asleep. It's a film about relationships, friends, barflies, love, and trying to get out from the rut. The character development never established itself, and the flow of the film was jagged. This film will likely never reach past film festivals and private screenings, and you'll be glad it didn't. Goldberg is a decent actor, but directing.. just let the pros do that.


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