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While well intentioned, this movie is self-indulgent in the treatment of the writer/actor/director's main character. Is the young man actually mentally disturbed? Do we ultimately care? I did not. Other characters seemed more interesting yet no ones real motivations were made at all that clear or noteworthy. I know this was a "black comedy," but character arc is still necessary in order to feel invested. I saw it at the International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival in Tampa, where the actor and the producer were not able to shed any real light on the subject. This is a great venue for gay and lesbian films and while I was happy to see the film, I will be very surprised if it does any box office outside of the festival circuit.
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