Laura's thrilled with her new boyfriend, not so thrilled that his house is haunted by the ghost of his dead wife. But when she finally decides enough is enough, it turns out playing ghost ... See full summary »
A teenage girl with nothing to lose joins a traveling magazine sales crew, and gets caught up in a whirlwind of hard partying, law bending and young love as she criss-crosses the Midwest with a band of misfits.
Rosa has planned everything: she will invite Flor for a sushi dinner; they will drink white wine and will listen to some nice music. They both know what the real deal is... but things don't always turn out as planned.
There are more funny twists in this thing than there are in most feature-length comedy films. And the feel is very authentic, both authentic Brooklyn and authentic dinner party, somehow without any artificial cues. It goes without saying that the premise is very clever, and the back story is very intelligently illustrated.
This film is also well acted; each of the characters puts forth a nuanced performance. Amazing that the whole production can be so expressive in such a short period of time! But the real star of this film is the witty writing and direction. It's such a quirky take on a social setting we all have ample experience navigating, but then walks the viewer through in a delightfully spontaneous way.
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