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Four guys whose lives are going nowhere discover to their horror that they have to go someplace (and soon) in this independent comedy-drama. A quartet of college graduates/dropouts are sharing a run-down house on the outskirts of L.A. -- a struggling writer (Timothy DiPri), a chronic burnout (Jason Oliver), a self-styled ladies' man (Mark Fite), and the one guy who actually pays attention to the bills and the rent (Todd Stanton). One day, the guys discover that their landlord is selling the house and that they'll soon be forced to vacate the premises, leaving them and their buddy who crashes on the couch (Jason Cross) with nowhere to go. Suddenly responsibility is staring them in the face, as they tear themselves away from the holy trinity of beer, pot, and cable television and look for jobs that will allow them to pay an actual security deposit. Left Overs was the debut feature from writer and director Jason Phillips -- it earned a theatrical release from noted oddball exploitation outfit Troma Team Pictures.