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Tonal consistency is clearly not high on Krentz's agenda, and the film flits between gritty urban drama, supernatural fable, inspirational sports pic, romantic comedy and kitchen-sink domestic melodrama, with dizzying speed.
Young director-writer Krentz, a self-taught student of film who interned at the Sundance Institute, knows what goes into making a movie, and it shows all over the screen.
That Krentz keeps all these balls in the air for as long as he does is little short of amazing. There's nothing wrong with this filmmaker that a bit of maturing can't rectify; with any luck we'll be seeing much more from Matt Krentz.
Feels fresh, through the all too rarely used cinematic tool of understatement.
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