Abandoned by his father at the age of five and raised in near isolation by a loving, yet emotionally unstable and over-protective mother, the only life Peel Munter has ever known is within ... See full summary »
Two post-Chicago vagrants living out of their van break down in the middle of rural Kansas. While waiting on the repairs, the couple finds their open relationship tested during their stay in the small, conservative town.
This movie is a powerhouse of post-teen nostalgia. If you're not yet down with the misery of adulthood, there's a great chance you'll fall in love with "Pet Names". Not only is it a feast for the eyes (rocking that divine aspect ratio and a unique color palette), but also a marvelous reverie.
That being said, there's nothing more than the stunning cinematography, great acting and witty dialogue to keep you engaged. You'll have to dig this type of movies in order to enjoy this one thoroughly.
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