Fischer can't remember the last time he woke up without a hangover. He lives in a church: a real one. Where people baptize, marry, pray and die. It's an ideal situation for a young guy with no aspirations: if he locks up the church, he can sleep in the back. Free of charge. 6:00am. Tuesday morning. Fischer's old friend from high school shows up unannounced. Even though they haven't seen each other in years, Peter just drove 10 hours straight because his girlfriend of five years just cheated on him. He's looking for a place to hide. To think. To drink. What better place than Fischer's church? After leaving 50 unanswered voice-mails, Rudy shows up four days later. That's Peter's girlfriend. She didn't cheat on him. She did something much worse. Written by
I hope everyone goes to their website and checks out the film. These guys are what independent film-making is about. They did SO much within their means AND the film is funny and melancholy, LOOKS BEAUTIFUL.
Strong performances throughout from smallest roles to the leads. Can't say enough about the cinematography and the direction is solid. The editing also VERY strong.
Funny dialogue in this slacker indie bromantic comedy.
I think the film is also significant because of the time and thought they put into their web content and site and their self distribution. It truly is worth it to see the film.
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