The Parking Lot Movie (2010)
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Critic Reviews for The Parking Lot Movie
Their sense of superiority toward the petty SUV drivers and rude midlife-crisisers who frequent the lot is matched by introspective considerations of traditional social contracts.
while The Parking Lot Movie may seem modest in focus, in addressing precisely the intersection of space and money it finds many hilariously incisive verities about American society - whether driving through or stuck in idle.
An uplifting, high energy doc about an independent parking lot in Charlottesville, Virginia, this film has what so many films reach towards and miss: character.
Refreshingly original, spirited and provocative. Get ready for a surprisingly enlightening and amusing experience.
Audience Reviews for The Parking Lot Movie
A very interesting very independent doc that might not sound good at a glance. What happens when you have a group of highly educated intelligent grad students at a menial job with lots of down time. They spend there time inventing games and coming up with clever parking lot related jokes. I guess i related to these guys a lot.
Highly recommended. Humanity truly reveals itself in a parking lot. People are dicks. 2011 Movies: 20
A surprisingly remarkable documentary about the observations and philosophies surrounding the employees of a pay parking lot. A bare bones social study of human behavior towards certain professions, those of the parking lot and those who pay for parking. From drunk frat dudes vandalizing property, to people driving luxury vehicles arguing over paying 50 cents. People who get treated like shit at work will eventually take it out on whom they see as inferior, such as parking attendants. An "Us vs. Them" logic given on one account after another by college dropouts, struggling musicians, and philosophers with a "why bother" attitude towards any type of career. Well done.
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