Little Fish, Strange Pond
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FRENEMY/Little Fish, Strange Pond- is a quirky morality play in which Mr.Jack representing balance and Sweet Stephen representing the torn soul vie jibes at each other, in various obtuse Los Angeles situations and locations, while being shadowed by Tommy the Cop representing justice. A black comedy, featuring some gore, nudity, and intrigue,(although MOSTLY just talk) is nicely crafted, in that most murders are damage to the left jugular, or by gun shot. The television show within the movie, a morality play within a morality play, is representational of the collective conscious, where, lying, cheating, etc are up review of tolerances. The closing scene, representing the passing of judgement, is interestingly written, but, does it seal the deal? Not siding on any established religious agenda, it steers clear of redemption and forgiveness in favor of individual responsibility. Alas, this movie is DEEPLY moral, yet with SHALLOW surface banter and lame humor. Finally it is an "Indie film fan" film. Definitely outside the Hollywood blockbuster genre, yet, includes enough fun to wedge it in between the blockbuster home rental choices.


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