On a hot summer night in Brooklyn, singles and couples converge in a brownstone apartment to flirt, fight, hook uo and break up. A dreamy comedy-drama about sex, love and freedom, "Home" packs a lot of stories into just two floors.

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Susan
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Rose
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Pavol Liska ...
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Melodia Hall-Smith ...
Serena
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Sammy
Jennifer Russo ...
Carmen
Marc Nolan ...
Mike
R.C. Sanders ...
Rob
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On a hot summer night in Brooklyn, singles and couples converge in a brownstone apartment to flirt, fight, hook uo and break up. A dreamy comedy-drama about sex, love and freedom, "Home" packs a lot of stories into just two floors.

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Subtle, Funny, Nostalgic
8 April 2005 | by (LA Expat) – See all my reviews

If you ever wanted to know what it might be like to be a 20-something at a summer evening party in Brooklyn, Home brings it to you - right from the awkward early arrivals conversation to the last lingering geeky guy who continues to hope to get lucky.

Reminiscent of the kind of events I went to as an undergrad, Home's characters talk about their work and their relationships, drifting in and out of each other's conversations in a way I find I do less and less as a 30-something. As a result, I felt a kind of nostalgia for the people and situations in the film - the boyfriend stealer, the jilted crush, the pining for the cute guy who may or may not be interested - and how I felt at that age when it seemed like everything in life could be determined in the course of one evening's party.

I saw this film at the San Jose film festival, and have heard it will be shown at several other festivals this year, where I'd be interested in seeing it again. I'd also be interested in getting a copy of the soundtrack if it becomes available.


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