Mark's Review of Slacker


  • 6 years ago via Flixster
    Slacker

    Slacker (1991)

    When I first saw Slacker, I knew I was seeing quite possibly the best film about the United States I ever saw. Austin is used as a microcosm between an incredible cast of characters living within the same social setting with radically different views of the world. In breakneck speed, Linklater whisks us through dialogues about life, philosophy, politics, and the US that define paradigms of generations. A daring debut by Linklater and his classic.

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