After a two year courtship Catherine's departure for Oxford University sends Duo completely 'round the bend leaving his friends to try and pick up the sad, silly pieces.




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Credited cast:
Mr. McPheely
Travis Barkley ...
Travis Stone
Catherine Campbell ...
Catherine Knight
Ed Fickle ...
Grant Henry ...
Duo Black
Brunilda Rodriguez ...
Matt Shelton ...
Cell Phone Guy
Rachel Stephens ...
Nikki Talley ...
Cleveland Williams ...


Catherine and Duo meet on an overcast day in a city park. Two years later she departs for Oxford University leaving Duo in a state of exhaustive bemusement. In a frenzied grab at purchase from the tempest of heartbreak he boxes everything he owns and ships it to himself. Somewhere between "Point A," and "Point A," the parcels, of course, get lost. This is where Travis finds Duo: on the floor of an apartment as stripped as its tenet and, perhaps, as desperate. Travis and a host of well meaning characters including the attractive friend, Bru, and the delivery guy try their best to get Duo back to good. Despite social disorders, romantic uncertainty and a hydra of good intentions, Duo manages to find his way back to the path of the essentially sane. Just as he does, however, Catherine returns from England tossing Duo back into uncompromising melancholy. Somehow, though, she also finally helps to answer the seminal questions, "Where do we go from here?" and "Does losing the lover mean ... Written by Ethan Hunter

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29 October 2005 (USA)  »

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$5,000 (estimated)

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This film began as an entirely separate screenplay titled, "207" which took place entirely in two dorm rooms. See more »

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27 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm not great with words, like another fan on here I am not a pro movie critic, but I know without a doubt this is the best independent film I have ever seen. More than that it's one of the best movies i've ever seen period.

Mr. Hunter is a force to be reckoned with as a filmmaker and I can not wait to see what he gives us next.

Travis Barkley and Grant Henry are as good or better than any of the big name actors and none of these guys are too hard on the eyes either.

In short, this flick is amazing and i can't recommend it more highly. Or, as Ethan might say, "Get a beverage of your choice and watch this movie." You'll be very glad you did.

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