A: When a man (Michael J. Smith Sr.) loses his brother to suicide, the teenage boy who has been robbing him for drug money (JimMyron Ross) moves in next door, and their relationship grows in new and unexpected ways.
Q: Who’s in the movie?
A: Michael J. Smith Sr., JimMyron Ross, Tarra Riggs, Johnny McPhail
Q: Is this movie worth the price of admission?
A: Proceed with Caution. To the sophisticated movie goer this methodical and subtle arthouse film will be seen as a rare gem. But it's not for the short of attention span or those who don't have the patience to chip all the carbon off a diamond in the rough.
Q: Will this movie make me laugh?
A: Only if you're incredibly sick and twisted. And I mean in that serial killer way.
Q: Will this movie make me cry?
A: Maybe afterwards, when you go home and think about how messed up life is for poor people in this country... And, not to be a downer, but the way things are going, we'll probably all be living like these folks soon enough, so it might do you good to see this film so as to mentally prepare yourself for what's to come.
Q: Will this movie be up for any awards?
A: At Sundance it won Directing and Cinematography, and was nominated for the Grand Jury Award.
Q: How is the Acting?
A: This group of non-professionals brings an authenticity that is often missing from professional actors' performance. There is no glitz, no glamor, just a few meaningless people saying so much, with so little.
Q: How is the Directing?
A: Blatantly independent, but really interesting. Little, subtle, visual touches all throughout, make this teency-tiny little film a shining example of how to tell stories without using words.
Q: How is the story/script?
A: Itttttt iiiiiiiis reallllllllllly sllllllllllowwwww pppppppaced. And don't expect a self-explanatory ending. You will need to think about what the ending means, or if it means anything at all.
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