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I saw this film at a screening and really enjoyed it. That review by `Bigbike3' sounds like some sour grapes to me. The story was nicely non-linear in a David Lynch, Soderberg kind of way and I found the new talent in the film a great change of pace from the standard 20something `plastic actor'. I particularly liked Alex Cain as Edison, she has a smart, lovable quality that reminds me of a young Barbara Stanwyck. This film does the best job I've seen yet of capturing post college disaffection and the damaging effect it can have on young artists. It's a better film than one with a vaguely similar plot that did find distribution called `Chillicothe' or something like that
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