Erik Sparrow is one of the lucky ones. He's got a good job. He's in a stable relationship. He lives in one of the greatest cities in the world. Does he deserve it? Probably not. He's not ...
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In an almost ruined theater, among bizarre characters, a businessman decides to appeal to his old book of "real" magic spells to modify his financial crisis while a middle-aged man gets in trouble when his new girlfriend becomes pregnant.
Jack Peterson is the most celebrated birdhouse builder in the town of Stalksdale. His large wooden erections are the talk of the town. He's friendly and attractive and seems to have ... See full summary »
Mark Darby Robinson
Erik Sparrow is one of the lucky ones. He's got a good job. He's in a stable relationship. He lives in one of the greatest cities in the world. Does he deserve it? Probably not. He's not too bright. He's not very attractive. He's not at all ambitious. He's chubby and he's always complaining. And when his girlfriend Jody proposes to him, he doesn't even have the good sense to accept her offer. He'll never find a woman like this again. Instead, Erik bumbles his way around the issue, offering one excuse after another for not getting married. When Jody dumps him and starts seeing an old flame from college, Erik tries to win her back. When he fails, he attempts to date other women, but the results are disastrous. Erik's starts falling apart. His job grows more unfulfilling. He becomes obsessed with a kinky co-worker who has no interest in him. He becomes riddled with despair. One night, Erik meets an enigmatic stranger named Gavin who asks him, "Do you want to die?" Erik shrugs and says, "...Written by
Written by Emmanuel Chanda
Performed by The Witch
Published by Africa Kurian (ASCAP)
Appears Courtesy of The Witch and Now-Again Records See more »
Great fun. Got not too much to add to the other reviews but I thought I would add a good one to balance out the humour failures from the 'auteur director expert' ones. I enjoyed the dialogue which appeared to be add libbing. OK nothing too original as far as plot was concerned but snappy dialogue and no holds barred on what a sad bunch of w anchors we men are. Considering what high ratings some of the god awful blockbusters get on IMDb this nice little indie deserves more appreciation and a wider audience. It may not be Brain Dead but I enjoyed it far more than Prometheus, which I watched last night on double speed. With its rent-a-plot full of holes and the cast of stereotypes. Will now get Onur Tukel's next movie Applesauce to watch.
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