Hilarious and original treatment of three men in their 30's
They even slightly resemble that trio of fellows that used to run on TV on Thursday nights. But the resemblance is only on the surface. Stuart Hyson Culpepper has crafted a serious exploration of issues such as fatherhood, immortality and death within the framework of witty, quick dialogue between men, the kind of stuff said when women aren't listening.
This movie deserves wider distribution, and may prove to be the "She's Gotta Have It" of Stuart Hyson Culpepper's career.
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