I agree with most of the reviews in regards to this film. While watching it, it was fun, but soon afterwards, I wondered what the point is.
It began making it's rounds back in 2014, and has done fairly well for itself finding a home in the obscurity files of Netflix. Honestly, not a bad way to go for a small film.
Unfortunately, that's as big as a splash as I've got for it.
You're distracted by great performances done by Marisa Tomei and Sam Rockwell, but then you're left with one question. Why? I believe Sam Rockwell to always pull out a solid performance (The Poltergeist remake excluded), the problem was, this movie wasn't even about him! The two main characters, Raphael (Ivan Martin) and Dominic (Michael Godere) are immediately outdone by their co-stars and that's a shame, because I was hoping they'd be just as interesting perhaps rising to the occasion. Unfortunately, they fall into obscurity against their counterparts, sort of like this film. The movie is supposed to center around these two actors, but I found that I was INFINITELY more interested in the love triangle that was plopped right in the middle there. The B story quickly became the A story, and then it ended.
For a film that's only about 80 minutes long, do yourself a favor and get to the point.
If you'd like a few chuckles, feel free to check it out on Netflix.
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