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Its 2009, Jeb Bush is the president, and the country has lost its social services, social graces, public parks, and common sense. Philip Baker Hall plays a widower who, having outlived his family and friends, now finds himself without a home. But -- he does have a duck, and together they travel the city in search of water and meaning in the desert that is Los Angeles. DUCK is a sad-funny story of hope and survival set in our as-of-yet avertable future. Provocative, insightful, subversive, sublime, here is a character piece about two unlikely heroes who find purpose, redemption, and grace proving, in rather surreal and ingenious fashion, that theres nothing common about decency, nor the survival of the humane...
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