Drawing with Chalk (2011)
Average Rating: 4.3/10
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Drawing With Chalk is all about obligations and dreams and what happens when the two collide. Prompted by their own experiences as aging artists facing tough choices about the future, co-writers Todd Giglio (who also directs) and Christopher Springer, star as lifelong friends, Jay and Matt, two 40 year-old musicians attempting to jump start their stalled career. As Matt's middle-age anxiety sets in, Jay struggles to find a balance between his music and family, while negotiating the minefields of
Mar 25, 2011 Limited
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Chalk suffers overall from a lack of subtlety, as problems abruptly get thrust into the foreground with little buildup or internal consistency.
When will American directors understand that it's okay, sometimes even wonderful, for a film to be silent?
Tender, genuinely heartfelt, inspirational, refreshingly unpredictable and, above all, relatable.
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