Follows the intertwining stories of Walter Dishman, a melancholy parole officer struggling with the doldrums of married life, and three eccentric ex-convicts recently placed under his supervision.

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Brian Jett

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Brian Jett
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David Denman ... Walter
Gillian Jacobs ... Darla
Kevin Hart ... Kris
Edward Asner ... Artie
Simon Helberg ... Frank
Maria Thayer ... Beth
Alexandra Holden ... Kelly
Kali Hawk ... Angela
Robert Bagnell ... Marc
Jack Carter ... Frosty
Peggy McCay ... Helen
Amy Stiller ... Phyllis
Johnny Pemberton ... Preppy Kid
Ogy Durham ... Vanessa
Catherine Reitman ... Unbearable Industry Poser
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Follows the intertwining stories of Walter Dishman, a melancholy parole officer struggling with the doldrums of married life, and three eccentric ex-convicts recently placed under his supervision.

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A comedy about love, loss and other felonies

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Comedy

Certificate:

Unrated

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Final film of Peggy McCay. See more »

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Goth Barista: Hey Walter, how's it going?
Walter: I'm an empty vessel.
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16 January 2013 | by bwfurnessSee all my reviews

I first saw this film at the Virginia Film Festival. I have since bought the DVD for myself and others. I love this movie! Especially the following: 1. the animated title sequence and scene transitions 2. the interesting use of color – particularly red 3. the surprisingly good performances by comedic actors from The Office, Community, and The Big Bang Theory 4. the recurring thread of the Santa Monica Pier 5. the use and placement of the Other Lives song "Black Tables" I am old enough to remember Ed Asner from television. It was nice seeing him again on the big screen. I also thoroughly enjoyed the performances of Kevin Hart, David Denman, and Gillian Jacobs. I believe this is the first effort by writer / director Brian Jett. I truly hope it is not his last. Definitely worth watching!


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English

Release Date:

21 August 2012 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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