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Charlie David is actually a left handed golfer but golfed right for the film to appear to be a bad golfer. See more »
I'm just trying to show a little interest and talk about something other than golf. There are other people at this table. Maybe you'd like to hear what Birdie has planned for the day. Would anyone like some more waffles?
Uhh, we haven't even started yet.
Well, we'd best get started then, shouldn't we?
Sorry, your mother's right. It's polite to show interest, otherwise you can seem cold or frigid.
Oh, sometimes it's what people do when the actions of others seem erratic or unusual.
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I caught this film at its Toronto festival release and I have to say that this movie was a very very pleasant experience. This is a story that is all too prevalent in society and still under-addressed. Charlie David's exploration was extremely in-depth emotionally and kept a beautiful balance between dark and light, sad and happy, drama and comedy. I also found the cinematography breath-taking. It conveyed a high production value with an excellent 'polish'. It has a quality acceptable in any market. I hope this allows for it to reach a large audience. I was very pleased with all the actors performances, however, I was most impressed by Dan Payne. His portrayal of Nathan was unbelievably well balanced and vulnerable. I have followed his career for a while and have seen his prowess in the comedic realm but this performance displays great talent I would like to see more of. I highly recommend watching this film if you get the chance.
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