Among thousands of kids trying their best to make college work, Alex feels alone and depressed. Home is 1500 miles away and he's struggling to find a reason not to go back. Maggie, Alex's sophomore RA, has been crushing college since day one. Today though, Maggie is dealt an unexpected loss. After a party at Shithouse, Maggie wants some company and finds it in Alex. Two young people raised in very different households, Alex and Maggie challenge each other and grow up together.Written by
This is insanely good for someone so new to the scene. I was listening to my favorite podcast The Lowe Post and Cooper was on and Zach Lowe highly recommended it. I second this. This movie made me genuinely feel so many things. It reminded me a bit about "I'm thinking of ending things" in terms of how the two main characters essentially talk philosophy and family origins during their drinking escapades. I very much related to both main characters in different ways. Lots of empathizing and feeling, if you're looking for a good movie CHECK THIS OUT!!!
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