Two married couples become increasingly agitated with each other as they find out things about each other's past, while one of them is receiving disturbing packages from an unknown source.

Director:

Onur Tukel

Writer:

Onur Tukel
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Credited cast:
Max Casella ... Les
Trieste Kelly Dunn ... Nicki
Jennifer Prediger ... Kate
Onur Tukel ... Ron
Dylan Baker ... Stevie Bricks
Karl Jacob ... Wally
Kevin Scanlon ... Officer Prince
Ariel Kavoussi ... Officer Potts
Kimber Monroe Kimber Monroe ... Cameron
Jahmani Perry Jahmani Perry ... Principal Clark
Lisa Tharps ... Rain's Mother
Bill Weeden ... Kate's Father
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Juan Arroyo Juan Arroyo ... High School Student Juan
Zazie Beetz ... Rain
Ehad Berisha ... High School Student Ehad
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Two married couples become increasingly agitated with each other as they find out things about each other's past, while one of them is receiving disturbing packages from an unknown source.

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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The little girl that picks up the finger is played by Max Casella's daughter. See more »

Quotes

Ron: You're not gonna tell Nicki, are you?
Les: No, but you should.
Ron: I'm not going to.
Les: Damn I surprised! You always seem like a coward to me.
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References My Left Foot (1989) See more »

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An Artistic approach to Murphy's Law
4 December 2015 | by scaredsbloodSee all my reviews

I don't know how to express in words what this movie is "about" because it is about A LOT of different things. It's about the world, it's about life as an adult, it's about marriage and love; it's a story that is prime example of Murphy's Law.

It's life itself shown in an entertaining way with at times very funny and shocking moments. It's "moving" art in a very abstract way (not Kubrick abstract, more of a Shakespearean irony).

This (after 1 viewing) has become one of my favorite movies of the year because of how different it was.

A good movie that's hard to summarize yet I get exactly what it's about, that's one of those movies where you don't mind talking about it with friends later (you may not want to watch this with your significant other) or just chatting online about it.

I could actually see this being done as a Foreign film so it's surprising that this isn't a Foreign film (although now i am going to see where the screenplay came from). It had that story that we neglect these days in our films.

Honestly I can go on and on about the things in this film that just were fantastic but I'd be saying things vaguely because I just don't want to ruin the film for anyone.

This is a movie meant to challenge your way of thinking; yes it is very funny at times but it does a lot of things very clever and if you just pay attention to the surface story you will miss a lot of these things that impressed me so so much.

It's one of the best B movies / Indie films you will ever see


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 November 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Na kwasne jablko See more »

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Budget:

$75,000 (estimated)
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Factory 25 Productions See more »
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1.78 : 1
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