Teddy and Lloyd, two guys in their late twenties, are each at a crossroads. Teddy, hyper-sensitive and eager to please, was a very popular basketball player who thrived in high school and never wanted to leave. Lloyd, prone to bitterness and overly defensive, was an extremely reserved artist who felt invisible in high school and couldn't wait to actually disappear from there. Ten years after graduating, Teddy and Lloyd are both depressed and feeling all but hopeless. Due to getting caught up in trying to constantly have a good time in high school and college, Teddy lost focus and let his chances at a basketball career slip away. He dropped out of college quickly and now mostly just pines for his glory days. After marrying the woman of his dreams and deciding not to travel the world and paint, Lloyd is now divorced and finds himself teaching (not well, at that) art at the very high school he couldn't wait to escape. At their ten-year reunion, Teddy and Lloyd strike up a friendship and ...Written by
I can't help but say: best movie ever.
No gimmicks, Real life story. Great acting, editing and directing. Great photography. And that on a budget. True dedication to tell a story with no frills and no exageration and be original too.
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