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The Living Wake is a dark comedy set in a timeless storybook universe. Self-proclaimed artist and genius, K. Roth Binew (Mike O'Connell), has one day to live. He has enlisted his best and only friend, Mills Joquin (Jesse Eisenberg), to take him around on a bicycle powered rickshaw. In a final attempt to probe life's deepest mysteries, Binew endures one ridiculous trial after the next. He concludes his day with a final performance, his living wake. On a makeshift stage in an open field, Binew's friends and enemies gather to witness his madness one final time.
Excellent movie. Humor is raucous, musical numbers are catchy and memorable. Sorry is interesting. Filmography is delightful. Well worth the watch for any conscious mind. A+Published 7 months ago by Diabolus Machina
This was bought for a Christmas present so I really don't feel that I should rate this
product one way or another.
This whole production was so impressed with itself -- serving up tepid 4th rate Monty Python rehashes, several of Bob Odenkirk's sketch characters, clumsy overly-obvious music, and... Read morePublished on August 2, 2012 by F J.
This movie is a dark comedy and involves eccentric characters, which is my favorite type of movie. But, most of the humor and characters are over the top. Read morePublished on July 20, 2012 by Elgabacho
I was very please with this movie. I wasn't sure.
I'm a Film Festival worker, photographer, fan, and attender. Read more
Mike O Connell is a little too over-the-top for my taste; Jesse Eisenberg was spot on. I was drawn to the quirkiness of it, but was somewhat disappointed. Read morePublished on June 18, 2011 by Ssass