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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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A collection of six short films, begins with "Compulsory Breathing," a 24-minute tale of a suicidal man (Yuri Lane) and the woman (Beth Lisick) who wants to kill herself with his gun---after he's finished with it. Also: "Bike Ride," Thurberesque animation about a lovesick man riding 70 miles to see a woman who doesn't want to see him; "Dilly Dally," a poem performed by Everton Sylvester of the Brooklyn Funk Essentials; "Don't Nobody Love the Game More than Me," a Socratic debate on a basketball court; "Tom Hits His Head," about a dizzy six months in the life of the filmmaker (Tom Putnam); and "Sergi," two minutes' worth of musings about hockey and identity in New York's Central Park.