The Happy Poet2013
The Happy Poet (2013)
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as Econtainer Salesman
as Ungrateful Customer
as Hot Dog Girl
as Customer #2
as Customer #3
as Customer #4
as Vegan Cookie Guy
as Party Guy #1
as Party Guy #2
as Party Guy #3
as Smoking Woman
as Bill's Mom
Critic Reviews for The Happy Poet
[Paul Gordon generates] good-natured humor through earthy characterization and precise observation of what it's like to run a small business. (His editing, which often approximates the rhythm of workaday drudgery, is clever without being cutesy.)
It's hardly slick, but that's the selling point. The Happy Poet approaches the ups and downs of friendship, love, work and life with a disposition that is both sardonic and sunny.
This mumblecore entry sometimes sacrifices ambiguity for the sake of broader, telegraphed, one-note laughs.
The smiley ending, most likely meant to be ironic, feels tacked on. But the consistent comic tone of those earlier scenes--a gentle squirm--makes The Happy Poet a promising debut.
A cutting edge social satire about vegetarian pushcart power. And how work, or the lack of it, informs our lives. Along with the struggle to survive in hard times, while serving up poetic revenge subversion of the Hollywood happy ending with relish.
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