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I caught this movie at SXSW in Austin, Texas and really enjoyed it. The basic plot is that the movie follows a group of friends at a bar as the bar is closing. What really makes this movie are two things and first is the dialogue. The friends all speak to each other as friends do, poking fun, getting angry and forgiven in seconds, complaining, etc. What is said rings true, the dialogue is not stilted or artificial it feels as if we're really listening in on a group of guys talking. The other thing that makes this movie is the way in which we get to know these characters. As one person leaves we follow him out of the bar, find out more of his story, and then time rewinds and we're taken back to the bar to follow another. This really helped to provide an enjoyable way of getting to know our cast of characters while moving the story along. When this movie comes to a film festival or theater near you go out and see it.
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