Our filthy hero Gus mutters to himself, just before stealing a white Rolls Royce. He happens upon Ruby, a stunning tattoo artist he's always had a thing for, and waves her into the convertible. The misfits escape the city and into nature, sharing a joint, wondering why things used to be so much cooler in the '70s. Asthma is a modern romance that explores addiction in a fresh and honest way. She warns him not to fall in love with her, but the higher you are the harder you fall. —Anonymous
Impressed and moved
I thoroughly enjoyed this film for many reasons. Firstly i feel that it was shot in such a way to make the viewer feel extremely involved in all that was happening. It almost was done in an intimate way to make one feel like they were watching something they shouldn't. Its as if the madness was happening in your own backyard. The music was perfect!!! It added so much feeling to an already emotionally charged scene. I'd love to have a track list!! I felt invested in the characters and could heavily relate to falling in love with a car crash of a human. I also enjoyed the surprising strangeness of it all. I found the dialogue relatable as well as the situations the characters were involved or wound up in. Highly recommended. Hats off to the writer/director. Would love to see more of his work.
- Sep 30, 2015
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