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Myra Smuldanski has done the unthinkable. After years of shunning men she accepts a date with Reginald Baron, an account executive at the office where she temps. The only man in her life up to this point has been Ludlow, Myra's bi-polar younger brother who aspires to be the next Jackson Pollack. Lud is not to happy with the new man in Myra's life and tries his best to destroy any budding relationship between her and Reg. Myra finds herself torn between her role as her brothers caretaker and the possibility of finding someone who wants to take care of her. Film is based on Patersons's play Fingerpainting In a Murphybed. Written by
This Official Sundance Film Festival Selected film was screened in Novemeber and i must say i really enjoyed it.
It is a story about a girl(Myra) who lives with her "shut in" brother(Ludlow) amazingly acted by Brendan Sexton. She gets a "boyfriend" and decides to bring him home. Ludlow is very jealous by this and throws a fit, everything goes to hell from there. Ludlow is about 19? 20? Age was never specified but he is a totally grown up man who acts like a 5 year old.
This film is a romantic comedy with just the right touch of drama, i.e (cemetery scene).
I strongly recommend this film to anyone who loves the little independent films or just great movies in general.
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