It's a story about the small things in life and relationships, things that everybody knows and has experienced. When people forget to brush their teeth before they go to work, they leave ...
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It's a story about the small things in life and relationships, things that everybody knows and has experienced. When people forget to brush their teeth before they go to work, they leave bread on the butter knife, they use too much milk to their coffee, they pour milk over their lovers head in anger, , they despise affairs, except their own affairs. It's about the small things in life that everyone can relate to, mainly shot in a small village, with small film crew and small budget. The only thing that will be big, is the amount of sold tickets.Written by
This first-time effort reeks of a poorly made student project. Every character is infantile and not remotely human or realistic and the writer/director seems to think that arguing at the top of your lungs constantly is the same thing as interesting dialogue and complaining incessantly passes for character development. This relatively short feature feels like a 5 hour ordeal as all we are treated to throughout the entirety of its runtime is 5 nasty, annoying 20-something adolescents bickering at one another and occasionally having make-up sex. A consistently dull, horribly written, and ineptly made waste of time. It's amazing that this was shown at any festival, FAMU must have bribed someone handsomely. Avoid at all costs.
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