A.T Shank & Son have a bad day at the parlour when a falling boulder flattens their hearse. Emotional and literal pitfalls lie in wait for the odd couple as they make their way cross ... See full summary »
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I recently saw this movie at Ragtag Cinema in Columbia, MO.
I've been a fan of Don Hertzfeldt's work ever since I saw "Rejected" when I was in high school, and I have been watching all of his work since then.
Everything Will Be OK was an amazing film, and I was excited to find out that the sequel was on it's way to Ragtag.
I Am So Proud of You exceeded all of my expectations, and makes the story of Bill a much more interesting one. It's hard to describe the art involved in this series, and the purpose of the entire thing, so I absolutely recommend that everyone go see it (if they have the chance).
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