After bonding over their mutual disinterest in relationships, self-proclaimed loners, Beck and Liam, decide to go away together on a ‘friend’ trip where things get weird. Really, really weird.
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★★★★ review by Motke Dapp on Letterboxd
I enjoyed this film on a Monday afternoon at the 2017 Nashville Film Festival. Had I watched this on a Tuesday, I may have liked it more, or possibly less.
One of the directors and lead actor were both in attendance and did a Q&A afterwards. It made me like the film even a bit more.
It's outlandish in many ways. Overall - it's a story about two people falling in love very, very quickly, and it's told in an over-the-top way that is enjoyable, quirky, bizarre, and funny.
★★★★½ review by Kristi on Letterboxd
This was so refreshingly unpretentious for a film festival showing. I mean it had it's artsy moments, but those were sprinkled among lots of really relatable, realistic scenes. I loved the concept of squeezing months of relationship development into four days. The director talked about giving it a surreal feel, and I dug that.
★★★★ review by Lately on Letterboxd
DIFF 2017 Film #6 - So bizarre, surreal, and yet highly entertaining fun throughout.
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