Comedy Matt is facing the inevitable ending of his youth, and is also alone on his weekly outing in his beloved hometown of Waterloo, Iowa. His best friend and main friend Tanner is now engaged and spending all his time with his fiance.
Three Worlds is a psychological, genre-bending, experimental drama that explores the three lives, or 'worlds,' of a man who undergoes an experiment that triggers haunting memories and alternate life memories.
An extreme alcoholic lives next door to the man who killed his family and was cleared of any charges. This is what started his drinking and all he lives for now is to kill the man next door.
Bill Moseley plays the man he wants to kill. The weird cameo was by Lloyd Kaufman who sits on a tractor and waves at a guy. That's it. This film was very depressing as we watch this guy drink himself silly, and he still finds himself unable to kill the neighbour every chance he tries. He finds a little solace in a worker from AA who helps him fight his addiction.
The film was a real slow burner but it wasn't too bad. It does get repetitive after a bit. A good ending I thought and you probably won't want to have a drink for some time.
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