Audrey The Trainwreck (2010)

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A man meandering through his life finds something like love with a woman in the same boat in this independent comedy drama from filmmaker Frank V. Ross. Ron (Anthony J. Baker) is a guy in his early thirties who works for a company that makes automatic teller machines. Ron doesn't hate his job but doesn't like it much, either, and after a day at the office he doesn't have much to say to most of his friends or his roommate, Scott (Danny Rhodes), unless he sinks into a bad mood and starts ranting at anyone around him. Ron would like to find a girlfriend, but Internet dating sites and hanging out in coffee shops aren't helping him meet the sort of woman he needs, to his growing annoyance. Ron crosses paths with Stacy (Alexi Wasser), a gal working for a delivery company, and they slip into a relationship as they discover they're both tired of their lives and fear happiness is passing them by. But while Ron and Stacy have a lot in common and slowly fall in love, having a relationship isn't easing Ron's ennui about his life. Featuring an original score by John Medeski of Medeski, Martin & Wood, Audrey the Trainwreck received its world premiere at the 2010 South by Southwest Film Festival.
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Comedy , Drama
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All Critics (4) | Top Critics (2)

Throughout, writer-director Ross displays a fine ear for slightly off-kilter conversation and dialogue that sounds deceptively impromptu.

Full Review… | July 26, 2010
Variety
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We're supposed to see something profound in the mundane details of kitchen, office, bar and bedroom, and to nod knowingly as the designated sympathetic characters endure the hell of after-hours volleyball and bridal showers.

Full Review… | July 23, 2010
New York Times
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An unpretentious, genuinely engrossing and funny modern romance brimming with well-nuanced performances, a terrific musical score, and meticulous attention to the details of everyday life.

Full Review… | July 24, 2010
NYC Movie Guru

At once utterly down home and completely philosophical.

July 23, 2010
Boxoffice Magazine

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