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Not only does it wear its budgetary restrictions with flair and a winning sense of authenticity, it allows its characters - and the remarkable trio who play them - to roam freely in the gap between good intentions and regrettable results.
Along with some fairly silly comedy, romance and irony bounce off each other through Monkey Warfare.
Deep-dyed deadpan Monkey Warfare reps an above-average entry in the Canadian cinematic tradition of loser comedy.
A self-professed student of Godard, [Reginald] Harkema more closely resembles another Godard acolyte, Tarantino, right down to the latter's love of weed, foxy chicks, and subtle deceptiveness.
Closet anarchists and urban guerrillas everywhere will enjoy director/writer ... Reginald Harkema's 'How to Fuck The Man' primer.
In the end, the movie's higher themes -- whether the kids and their angry anarchy is "purer" and less hypocritical than old-school activism, that sort of thing -- tend to fall flat.
Low-key yet strangely compelling...
A love affair for Parkdale? Pleeeease.
A surprisingly prescient film for those Bikes Lanes on Bloor weirdos and a cautionary tale for the G20 douchebags who smashed up my city, Monkey Warfare is a gritty film in which an ex-revolutionary un-couple in Toronto's gentrifying Parkdale neighbourhood reluictantly lets their ingenue pot-dealer into their lives. The result? A lesson in revolution and an awkward love triangle, that, though heavy-handed in places and seeemingly wandering in the early-going, continuously ups the ante and finishes with a wallop. Another solid Canadian film that no one saw. What a shame. Watch this!
Hm what can one say about this terribly bizarre film but exactly just that?
Two torontians living off people's garbage to make money and stay alive that smoke waaay too much pot. Once, their dealer gets busted they go looking for other means of getting some weed.
Than, Dan meets Susan who is so different from his 'roomate' that he instantly takes to hanging out with her and finds out she 'sells trees.'
Things get complicated once 'roomie' finds out and then after sharing some old records and books with this new young Susan...things really take a completely different direction.
Not your typical 'run of the mill' comedy about two stoners. Not for everyone, check it out if you like political type movies I suppose.
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