This is a little gem of an indie. With very creative opening credits, music, and an introductory voice-over by Robert Klein, you are dropped into a quirky world on the upper west side of Manhattan. The sets and lighting make it feel like the west side of the 70s. The film is well-directed, with sharp, edgy and believable dialogue, and it's great to see gifted character actors step up and carry a film. You don't see tons of money on the screen, because of a low budget, but it's amazing to see what they did with that money. I laughed out loud many times, felt great and cared about the characters when I left, and thought about the movie the next day. What more can you ask for?
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