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We've all been there. You meet a cute girl and hit it off. Dinner turns to drinks turns to her place. You wake up in the morning feeling good until you realize you now have gaping holes in your hands and feet. You're bleeding everywhere, but it is okay because it doesn't hurt and it smells like roses. Wikipedia tells you that you have stigmata, and a mysterious angel backs up the diagnosis. Now all you have to do is lead God's people and keep the girl you love from moving away. Not the woman you slept with; no, that would be too easy. You're in love with your roommate, but she loves women. College, right? Limpwings is the first feature from Two Jackets Productions, a filmmaking triumvirate founded by Eric Carlson, Marcus Mann, and Andrew Neill. See what they're up to now and check out their award-winning shorts at twojackets.com!

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Bicycle repairman meets God
16 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Excellent work for "first time" producer/director/writer/composer etc. (though there is obviously a lot of back story to all of the above; this is NOT a rookie job!). Interesting plot line, quirky characters, unforeseeable twists and all shades of humor. For a low budget effort, this has a good chance at, if not winning a few festival awards, some sort of distribution deal. I was dog tired when they rolled film, battling a month long cold and past old people's bed time. All ingredients for a slumber party @ The Fargo Theater but it held my interest and I didn't nod off once! (I have been known to go to sleep at the start of "Upcoming Trailers" and be awoken by theater staff telling me it is time to go...NOT good reflection on whatever it was I was attempting to watch). I liked the film, the obvious enthusiasm and craftsmanship of the primary personnel. Two thumbs up here or a solid 8 on the ten scale for the digitally challenged. Good luck boys!


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