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Killing Time (2002)

A young man traverses Manhattan on the way to a job interview.

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A young man traverses Manhattan on the way to a job interview.

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A True Reality Film
5 May 2002 | by See all my reviews

  • A very querky film from a first time director. It's the type of film that demands more from the viewer than most are willing to provide. A slow and steady pace offers a compelling story of a young man's struggle to acquire a sense of purpose and reason to his life. While constantly assaulted by the negative and commercial attitudes of his peers. The character of Jack literally moves on - at an unwilling pace through city streets. Confronted with a series of bizarre and some what surreal incidences. Culminating in a realization that is throughly unique and at the same time common to most of us. A story that would perhaps be better told in a novel. While faulted it's only true problem lies in it's hyper real and unslick nature. Its hard to imagine a film like this even getting made but more should.


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