This is a great film overall. The music, camera angles, plot, story-line, characters...everything just seems to work. There is a deeper message within the film, beyond the humour of singing karaoke. Duncan Christopher learns about love, life, and finding his own identity, separate from his fathers past. Humorous and real. I also like how the film is shot in Oklahoma and captures the beautiful city scape and the hippie culture. This is evident in the windmill power generators, the cute cafes, and the eclectic wardrobes of the characters. The songs are well written and directly relevant to the themes in the film. I especially found the song, "Angeline" to be very touching and powerful. I was very impressed with this film and I cant wait to see more from this director.
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