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Fantastic visuals and a really glimpse of a realistic portrayal of New York City.
Fantastic visuals and a really glimpse of a realistic portrayal of New York City. The film presents a slice of life of modern thirtysomethings struggling to find themselves admits a backdrop of relationship and professional problems. Ultimately, they find that they have strength in the loyalty between themselves. A solid effort from first time director Dan Simon (who also stars in the film). If you are a fan of micro-budget anti-wave films, then this film's for you. It sheds the typical Hollywood schlock and portrays life as it actually exists.
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