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Time Expired is an entertaining dramedy with excellent directing, casting and screen writing.
Time Expired is a surprisingly well done gem of an ultra low-budget movie made by independent screenwriter Tucker and director Lawrence. As a story of a compulsive, lovable university-based meter maid with a terminal medical illness, the movie shows how well-meaning friends and family are emotionally disconnected from him and unable to understand his needs. They try to meet their own emotional needs as they prepare to lose him from their lives, and in the end there is an emotional re-connection and acceptance of the inevitable. The casting of characters is superb, especially the main character, his mother, girlfriend, his supervisor and the misguided psychiatrist. Keep up the good work. We need more films that don't have to rely on expensive special effects, violence or exploited sexuality.
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