An unknown woman enters a lonely man's house. The woman starts a conversation with the startled man. The woman asks the man to trust her which the man is not sure about. The man thinks the ... See full summary »
After being deported back to his native Canada, once-famous comedian Bob London attempts a Hollywood comeback by enlisting human smugglers to sneak him across the Mexico-US border. ... See full summary »
As Jamie travels in Chile, he invites an eccentric woman to join his group's quest to score a fabled hallucinogen, a move that finds him at odds with his new companion, until they drink the magic brew on a beach at the edge of the desert.
Juan Andrés Silva
Harold is faced with the daunting task of picking up his date for the high school dance. Amidst the rubble and decay of modern American suburbia, Harold must do his best to make a good first impression on the eccentric Mr. Darling against a series of somewhat unforeseen events. Care for something to drink Harold? Written by
This film follows Harold (Played by Arrested Development's Michael Cera) on an unusual and uncomfortable trip into the home of the Darlings.
Best use of taxidermy ever. Darling Darling is a hilarious piece of candy that tastes like original film-making at it's best. Michael Cera of Arrested Development mastered his portrayal of the awkward teenager once again. Even the old people attending the Palm Springs Film Festival couldn't help but enjoy this "twisted tale." Director Matthew Lessner has a style that I can say is truly unique. Keep up the good work Matt. This is such a cheesy post but I need to fill up 10 lines. Everything is true though, it really is great. If you get the chance to see this film and you don't go see it then you should feel bad and cry a lot knowing it was probably your only chance.
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