No Down Payment (2013)
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It is a film set in a typical 1950's urban setting. It's a 1950's film that deals with problems you don't usually hear in a 1950's film; but more closer to a 1960's film. It is a character film. They are dealing with post dramatic war disorder from World War II, drug addiction, work verses home, racism, relationships between a husband and wife. What I find odd is that all of the characters present a lifestyle on the outside that looks typical but personally we see they are all flawed and dis-functional. With a few things I felt like I was not satisfied with how the ending went because I was not satisfied with how some things were resolved in their characters. I thought it was good that the drunk father still tried even though unsuccessfully to try and provide for his son and wife. I was glad the Japanese family got to be able to live in the naberhood. But I did not feel necessarily like this was a safe environment although it was an open neiborhood where is was simpler to cross into another persons yard, get into another's house, parties between neibors happens frequently. There did seem like there was a realistic aspect to this film In the problems these people were facing, the life style, and the look of the environment. It was an odd film.
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