Beginning - At first they seem very, awkward and of course they have nothing to say to each other, it's been years. They go out to get some coffee and they bond for a while, you start to see their friendship, Amanda seems reserved whilst Jim seems more forward and more talkative. It just happens that they both left their hometown, sort of symbolizes their fear of having to confront their past for years to come. But they both come back and happen to run into each other, just coincidental.Written by
Filmed on a Canon camera without built-in recording or a built-in power source, that was created as an army or security camera. See more »
I was thinking about... our first time... in the back of this truck at the lake.
All 38 seconds of it.
Oh, shut up! I was excited. I was 16, okay. I've developed some serious skills since then. I'll have you now.
In fact, I've been servicing the entire Tucson, Arizona area with...
What are you, a plumber?
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Childhood sweethearts meet in a grocery store... the rest is history.
Sometimes we have the pleasure to watching a film that is simple and complicated and honest. This movie is fantastical in that it allows the viewer to experience wish fulfillment in a way that the "adulting" generation lacks. It is romantic and kind. Mark Duplass writes a simple and powerful script that allows Sarah Paulson to shine. Their chemistry is contagious and mimics the innocence of love in youth and life in adulthood. Filmed in shades of grey, it is an artistic homage to what life was like before it unfolded into adulthood. If anyone has strolled down memory lane and recognized where life experience has created the person they've become... then this film is for you. (All of the perfect 90's references don't hurt either.)
Simple and beautiful, it is worth the watch. 7 days of filming - without colour - puts the blockbuster generation to shame.
So much yes.
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