Directed by Peter Vack
Adah and Aaron are recovering addicts who are struggling to stay sober. After meeting in their psychoanalyst’s waiting room, they fall in love, relapse on poppers, and become the biggest assholes in New York City.
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★★★★ review by Durnside SixNine on Letterboxd
This film is basically Frances McDormand kicking all of the Sundance attendees, who voted for "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl" as best picture, in the crotch.
★★★½ review by finhorror on Letterboxd
Promises disgusting, gross imagery and delivers. But delivers a fantastic dialogue and performances as well. You'll be horrified but unable to look away.
★★★½ review by mewithoutYou on Letterboxd
Totally bizarre and hilarious and I loved every second of it.
★★★½ review by jimmyjone on Letterboxd
I really enjoyed this, and I suspect that my waning enjoyment in the final half-hour simply means that I didn't quite grasp what Vack's thesis was in terms of psychoanalysis, touching vs talking, love, and fitting in with societal divisions/roles. But there's something there.
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