Walking on the Sky (2005)
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Walking on the Sky would barely pass muster as an Off-Off-Broadway offering.
Carl T. Evans' tedious drama Walking on the Sky serves primarily as an acting exercise for its cast and a showcase for its primary location, a scenic Manhattan rooftop.
It's to be hoped that by his next film, his director's gift won't be shortchanged by the writer in him mistaking psychological complexity for acting-school exercises.
Carl T. Evans's semi-autobiographical film is a modern-day Big Chill wannabe without the subtlety, humor, memorable soundtrack, strong performances or convincing dialogue.
I haven't spent an hour and a half with worse company since high school detention.
Six Lower Manhattan thirty somethings ponder the suicide of a mutual friend in Walking on the Sky, a tediously self-absorbed variation on The Big Chill and The Return of the Secaucus 7.
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