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Four young office workers have a bet going to see who can last the longest without going outside. In the maze that is the downtown core of a large city, glass skywalks connect apartment buildings, office towers and shopping malls. Its day 28 of the bet and over the lunch hour, as the office prepares for the company founder's retirement party, things start to seriously unravel.Written by
As the movie progresses, Tom Bennett's shirt and tie change colors. See more »
When Bradley staples messages to his chest, the padding under his shirt is visible. See more »
[Tom is on the phone speaking to who he believes is Curt, but he's really speaking to Brad]
Listen, Curt, I'm not saying competition is a bad thing, OK. I mean, certainly it's got its good points. I mean you don't want to turn out like 'Sadly I'm Bradley' or anything.
Sadly, I'm Bradley.
Yeah, it's pretty funny, huh?
Sadly, I *am* Bradley.
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The characters are what make this movie. And the touch or surrealism. The premise is that four coworkers make a bet that whoever is the last to remain inside wins a month's salary. Until then they live their entire lives inside this bubble.
One of my favorite props is that even the smokers can live their entire existence indoors; they smoke in these little tubes inside the building.
Some of the characters are a kleptomaniac boss, a suicidal cubicle slave, a directionless young office worker, and the initiator of the bet, who had succeeded living indoors for something like a year.
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