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Director:
Writers:
Mark Duplass (written by) &
Jay Duplass (written by)
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Release Date:
27 April 2007 (UK) See more »
Genre:
Plot:
Josh Sagers drives cross-country on a mission to deliver his father's birthday gift - a giant purple LazyBoy. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
3 wins & 2 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Simple and amazing. See more (68 total) »

Cast

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Mark Duplass ... Josh

Katie Aselton ... Emily (as Kathryn Aselton)

Rhett Wilkins ... Rhett

Julie Fischer ... Amber
Larry Duplass ... Josh's Dad
Bari Hyman ... Motel Manager
Gerald Finnegan ... Furniture Salesman
Henry Barendse ... Upholsterer
Cindy Duplass ... Josh's Mom
David Parsons ... Theater Owner
Jose Manuel Alvarado ... Furniture Employee
Daniel Gonzalez ... Furniture Employee (as Daniel Gonzales)
Ora Aselton ... Furniture Customer
Bill Leighton ... Fire Extinguisher (as Billy Leighton)
Jim Whalen ... Doctor
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Directed by
Jay Duplass 
Mark Duplass (uncredited)
 
Writing credits
Mark Duplass (written by) &
Jay Duplass (written by)

Produced by
Katie Aselton .... co-producer (as Kathryn Aselton)
Cindy Duplass .... executive producer
Larry Duplass .... executive producer
Mark Duplass .... producer
Jen Tracy .... co-producer (as Jen Tracy Duplass)
Jay Duplass .... producer (uncredited)
Julie Fischer .... senior post-production producer (uncredited)
 
Film Editing by
Jay Deuby 
 
Sound Department
Larry Blake .... sound re-recording mixer
John E. Bryant .... boom operator (as John Bryant)
Matt Coby .... sound editor
Jay Gallagher .... sound editor
Patricia Gorman .... sound editor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
John E. Bryant .... gaffer (as John Bryant)
 
Other crew
Mark David .... film clips: "Sweet Thing" courtesy of
 
Thanks
Jeffrey Abramson .... thanks (as Jeff Abramson)
Carl Aselton .... special thanks
Ora Aselton .... special thanks
Stefanie Azpiazu .... thanks (as Stephanie Azpiazu)
Brad Barnes .... thanks
Todd Barnes .... thanks
Eric Besner .... thanks
Will Blake .... thanks
Anna Boden .... thanks
Charles Budd .... thanks
Mary Budd .... thanks
Andrew Bujalski .... thanks
Charles Burmeister .... thanks
Ray Carney .... thanks
Howard Cohen .... thanks
Ozzie Coombs .... thanks
Sharon Coombs .... thanks
Liesl Copland .... special thanks
Michael Costigan .... thanks
Eric d'Arbeloff .... thanks
Mark David .... thanks
Craig A. Emanuel .... thanks (as Craig Emanuel)
Eric Escobar .... thanks
Warren Etheredge .... thanks (as Warren Etheridge)
Ryan Fleck .... thanks
Andy Gershenzon .... thanks
Robert Hawk .... thanks (as Bob Hawk)
Erin Heidenreich .... thanks
Chris Henderson .... thanks
Eugene Hernandez .... thanks
Julie Howard .... thanks
Amy Hubbard .... thanks (as Amy MacLean)
Marc Isaacman .... thanks (as Mark Isaacman)
Elisabeth Jamison .... thanks
Dana Johnson .... thanks
Chris Kannen .... thanks
Douglas Katz .... thanks
Willard Kelley .... thanks
Geoff Kleinman .... thanks
Shauna Larussa .... thanks
Tamara Lecker .... thanks
Ryan Long .... thanks
Doug March .... thanks
Anne McCabe .... thanks
Megan O'Neill .... thanks
Marguerite Phillips .... thanks
Suzannah Phillips .... thanks
Bryan Poyser .... thanks
Frank Reynolds .... thanks
James Rocchi .... thanks
David Rubin .... thanks
Ted Sarandos .... thanks
Garret Savage .... thanks
Peter Sawyer .... thanks
John Schlegel .... thanks
Lee-Lee Schlegel .... thanks
Maya Singer .... thanks
Dustin Smith .... thanks (as Dusty Smith)
Ellen Strout .... thanks
Joe Swanberg .... thanks
Jake Vaughan .... thanks
Amber Lea Voiles .... thanks (as Amber Voiles)
Ryan Werner .... thanks
Byron Westbrook .... thanks
Joanne Wiles .... thanks
Caveh Zahedi .... thanks
David Zellner .... thanks
Steve Zissis .... thanks
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Rated R for language
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USA:85 min
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Movie Connections:
Features Sweet Thing (1999)See more »
Soundtrack:
Disconnect the DotsSee more »

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14 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
Simple and amazing., 1 May 2007
Author: Pursual from Boston

It actually refreshing the amount of people who have totally missed the point of this film...perhaps they have found something most of us yearn for...that amazingly simple feeling of total and mutual infatuation.

For those of us more vulnerable, the main theme of this story will be an all too familiar one. Doubts of commitment, and about committing. That which should be simple, is suddenly a struggle for affirmation. As a guy, I totally related to poor Josh (and his cowardice). I see myself in the reasons he resorts to baby talk and humor (it avoids sincerity), the frustration he represses, and that feeling like you are the only sane person left. As for the women out there...watch this movie and then ponder this: If he is crazy about you and if hes worth being crazy about, then he will make you know it. End of story.

If you don't know it, hes either not crazy about you and doesn't have the balls to admit it, or you want someone who can show it more...move on.

Id like to believe true love is simple, and amazing, like the telling of the story of The Puffy Chair.

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