A wonderful piece that deals with the underbelly of human emotions. Neal McDonough plays his part with subdued intensity - he has a juicy part to work with, and he makes the most of it. The result is more than a portrait of an angry man - it is of a man who spirals into a violent psychosis. It is disturbing. It is believable. It is honest.
Jeff Hare wrote and directed this movie, and it is clear from the beginning - it is his baby. One impressive scene has Neal confronting two men in a pickup. The shaky hand-camera affect makes us feel like we are apart of the drama. I found myself squirming in my seat.
Great story. Great acting. Great directing. A nice relief from the studio pics that Hollywood crams down our throats every year. I heartily suggest, "A Perfect Little Man" for your viewing pleasure.
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