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- Summary: Part absurdist comedy, part realist character study, this film chronicles an intertwined odyssey - the dance of two lovers growing in different directions, each at a different pace, and their attempts to rediscover each other. (Two Boots Pioneer Theater)
- Director: Gregg Lachow
- Genre(s): Drama
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60The Sisyphean ordeal at the heart of the film strongly recalls Roman Polanksi's 1958 short "Two Men and a Wardrobe," while Lachow's loose, improvisatory approach -- as well as the occasional self-indulgence -- feels more like Henry Jaglom.
50The restless, selfish, unfriendly people created by Lachow as protagonists only make the movie hard to warm up to. It's more akin to fingernails scraping a blackboard than an updated morality play.
38Unless you're struck by the urge to watch strangers work out their petty issues in couples therapy, it's hard to find a compelling reason to sit through Gregg Lachow's irritatingly self-absorbed indie drama.