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Less (2010)

Not Rated | | Drama, Fantasy, Romance | 24 September 2010 (USA)
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Could the fastest route to enlightenment be straight into the gutter? In Less we see the world through the eyes of an atypical homeless man, in an unusual pursuit of freedom.

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Gabriel Diamond, Zak Barnett (co-director) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Zak Barnett Zak Barnett ... Finn
Leah Diamond II ... Wife (as Leah Elise Diamond)
Rebecca Noon Rebecca Noon ... Mia
Lew Levinson Lew Levinson ... Gunther
Deacon Tillman Deacon Tillman ... Teddy
Walter McQuesten Walter McQuesten ... Beaten Man
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dave Amiott Dave Amiott ... Glen
David Crane David Crane ... Paul
Dan Griffiths Dan Griffiths ... Tourist with Polaroid
Sara James Sara James ... Woman at Cafe
Jeff Redlick Jeff Redlick ... Man at Cafe
Diane B. Rooney Diane B. Rooney ... Woman at Cafe
Glenda Solis Glenda Solis ... Woman with Glasses
Kelcie Stranahan ... Girl at Performance
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Could the fastest route to enlightenment be straight into the gutter? In Less we see the world through the eyes of an atypical homeless man, in an unusual pursuit of freedom.

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Drama | Fantasy | Romance

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Not Rated

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6 May 2020 | by jzphone-38179See all my reviews

"Could the fastest route to enlightenment be straight into the gutter? In Less we see the world through the eyes of an atypical homeless man, in an unusual pursuit of freedom."

I realize this is some official description, taken off the CD cover or something similar. But, to me it has pretty close to nothing to do with this movie.

This movie is an explosive love letter to life. It's exhilarating, intellectually and emotionally. If you feel life deeply, you likely feel pain deeply as well. Here are both. Life wins, as it should, without denying pain its place.


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