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R | | Drama, Romance | 1 August 2003 (UK)
Small-town love story of a young man with a reputation for womanizing and his best friend's sister.

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In a small Southern American town, Paul, who is known for having sexual relations with every girl in town, falls in love with his best friend's younger sister who is a virgin. Paul must try to prove to everyone that this time he is in love rather than in lust. Written by Mark Cameron

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Love is a puzzle. These are the pieces.

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Drama | Romance

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Rated R for language and some sexuality | See all certifications »

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1 August 2003 (UK)  »

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$2,500,000 (estimated)

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$46,791 (USA) (14 February 2003)

Gross:

$548,712 (USA) (4 July 2003)
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Matt Chapman plays Strong Bad, who is also one of the characters that Chapman performs the voice of for the Web animation "Homestar Runner." See more »

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[first lines]
Paul: What are you doin'?
Noel: I'm looking at that bucket... thinking... why haven't you kissed me?
Paul: 'Cause... I'm afraid... I'm afraid that... when Tip asks me if I have kissed you I have to say "yes".
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Featured in The 2004 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards (2004) See more »

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The Moon Is Down
Written by Christopher Hrasky, Mark T. Smith, Michael James and Munaf Rayani
Performed by Explosions in the Sky
Courtesy of Temporary Residence Ltd.
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As a sensitive guy, the most romantic film I've seen in a long time.
22 October 2005 | by (Oldham, Gtr Manchester, England.) – See all my reviews

... It captures perfectly the awkwardness of really loving somebody, but not being sure how to take it a stage further without destroying what's been built up. As a viewer, you'll most likely believe in the central relationship and not want it to hit problems; because YOU wouldn't want it to end, either, if you were in their situation. It's underscored throughout by a wonderfully gentle soundtrack, too.

There are long sequences of elegiac wistfulness; staring out over beautiful scenery. With 9 films out of ten that try this tactic, I would get impatient, choosing to believe that this is a director's underhanded way of trying to pad out the runtime. Not here. The sense of loss evoked by the visuals and the mournful score is absolutely key to the films emotional impact. If for some reason you're not tuned into the mood; then I can imagine this style would be annoying; but I found myself completely immersed, and it was great. This is the first film from David Gordon Green I've come across, but I shall be eagerly on the lookout for the rest of his stuff in the future, based on this wonderful evidence.


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