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Mature and disciplined rock guitarist Jay Styles (superbly played by Jayce Bartok) is on the verge of achieving the major stardom he's been working towards for a long time. Prior to performing his big breakthrough stage gig Styles does an interview with "Rolling Stone" reporter Henry Flesh (the excellent Norman Reedus) and talks about his childhood buddy Keith Waters (a haunting portrayal by Greg Haberny), a gifted, but surly, troubled and self-destructive singer whose inability to surmount his demons prevents him from realizing his considerable potential. Writer/director Jack Roberts crams a stunningly substantial amount of intriguing information into this tight, moving and absorbing fifteen minute dramatic short film about friendship, failure and success. The finely naturalistic performances, Peter Konczal's striking, gorgeously golden-hued cinematography, the pungently gritty'n'smoky atmosphere, and the first-rate rockin' soundtrack further enhance the overall sterling quality of this impressive and accomplished debut feature.
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