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"I Am Not a Hipster" is the kind of lovingly crafted, deeply affecting drama that gives small indie films a good name.
The title accurately reflects Brook's constant self-involved, self-protective pose, but both he and the film tightly focused on him would have so much more fun if they just pulled back a little, looked around, and reached out.
A deeper glimpse of the San Diego indie-rock scene around him might have made Brook's self-absorbed resentment less overbearing.
It succeeds at times in spite of itself, though it ultimately adds up to less than the sum of its sometimes impressive, sometimes insufferable parts.
Though it's not a perfect film, there's an authenticness to it that I can't quite pin down-I think it's because it's layered with lots of severely amazing music.
It moved me, made me laugh, made me think and has an amazing performance by actor and musician Dominic Bogart that, honestly, blew me away.
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