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I'm not usually the kind of person to check out indie films (no personal bias just never delved deep into them) but this film surprised me. Doug Jones plays a character in a ridiculous situation in a way that actually makes it believable and by the end you really feel for the guy. I give credit just for that alone but add onto that one of the best rising actresses in Allison Scagliotti and Bob from That 70's Show and you've got a crazy mix of styles that shouldn't work but does in the most genuine way. Definately worth checking out
Really liked this movie. Was different from the type of movie I usually watch but well worth watching. Doug Jones does a wonderful job in his role as Jerry. This is the first non-horror film that I've watched with Doug Jones in it and in the lead role as well. Highly recommend it to anyone who is a Doug Jones fan.
The whole cast delivers great performances, including a surprise turn from Don Stark, best-known for his comedic role on "That '70s Show." The one exception is Doug Jones himself. He's good, but not great.