"Everything Moves Alone" opens in a sleepy New England town where Scotch, a recently discharged soldier, arrives at a bus depot with the vague plan of crashing with his long-estranged older...
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"Everything Moves Alone" opens in a sleepy New England town where Scotch, a recently discharged soldier, arrives at a bus depot with the vague plan of crashing with his long-estranged older brother. Scotch spies a creepy yet interesting character stealing luggage, who then offers Scotch a ride into town if he will assist in dropping dirt and a frog-shaped flower pot into another man's car. Scotch, who is clearly several cards short of a full deck, complies and immediately earns the wrath of the car owner McDunley, a bearish sourpuss who runs the local video store and who has a mysterious long-running feud with Anderson, the luggage-thief who quickly becomes Scotch's new best friend.Written by
one of the great independent movies that is truly an independently made film
This film was one of the great films I`ve seen in years because it had a real touching storyline inside a landscape of well developed characters.Anyone who has ever grown up in suburban USA can relate to the simplistic yet epic problems that we encounter in everyday life.The friends we make and the family we wish sometimes would just go away, but in the end we realize why we need each other.
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