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Nikolas
Mae Moreno ...
Marlene
Kevin Sean Michaels ...
The Man with the Big Heart
Eric Fleming ...
Moe
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Nate Kampf ...
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Darius
Katarina Schmoranzer ...
Love
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Danielle
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In the city of Los Angeles, millions of lives intersect everyday, but each individual is still isolated from the whole. A number of strange incidents occur to four men and four women, just as their own lives begin to spiral out of control. Surrounded by con artists, frauds, drug addicts, and homeless people, a story starts to form in a screenwriter's head. Little does he know, his characters seem to have come to life as well. Things takes a surprise turn, as these LA residents find themselves locked into a mystery together. While relating to quantum mechanics, our own spiral galaxy, and the struggle of human existence, an urban love story grows out of the vine of disconnection. Written by Bloodshot Pictures

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January 2010 (France)  »

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just watched this on a stream
9 October 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I ended up watching it twice actually. I watched it last night then this morning, and ordered the DVD from Amazon here in UK. I thought it was going to be a weird movie from the start but I had no idea how weird. It's not like anything I've seen before and my boyfriend loves cult movies and obscure art films. This is weirder an dare I say more original. It's obviously small budget and also obvious that the director and actors and all made it their own weird way. But I've never seen anything that played with the feeling and mood of reality TV like this did. It was like taking shows like Intervention and Big Brother and putting them on acid or something. Also it's like an anti-drug movie but the movie itself feels like a drug. I thought I was hallucinating parts of it when it was playing on the computer. Now mind you I did only see it on our Mac computer at home and not in a theatre or DVD but I will when I get it. I think some people will for sure hate this movie expecting anything normal or plot driven like a Hollywood film. This is totally art-house weirdness. It's like a documentary but it's not. It's like a J-Horror film, but it's not. It's definitely a mystery and sci fi. I'd say it's like taking The Secret and Pi and Slacker and The Wall and The Blair Witch Project and making them into one movie. Now that's effin weird! Can't wait to trip out to it with friends on telly.


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