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In one of the most exceptionally courageous scenes of all, we sit with the main character, played by David Zellner, as he and his estranged wife sign their final divorce papers, initialing sheet after sheet of documents. Far from this being boring though, the scene gives viewers a chance to really experience the couple's cold, white canceling of each other.
We get to participate in the little things that make up daily life and that, when highlighted on screen, can be seen as having a sort of comic disproportion all their own. For example, we see Zellner choosing a type font for the posters he's going to hang around the neighborhood, announcing a reward for the return of his lost cat, Goliath.
Oh, what we're all reduced to in the process of solving the many little problems that come our way - the little problems, that because they're ours, loom as big problems. We see Zellner walking down the shoulder of the expressway, operating an electric can opener off a generator he has strapped to his back. Every cat owner will be able to identify with that scene, because we all know that cats immediately learn the sound of whatever apparatus is used to open their cans of food. If a wandering cat is anywhere in the vicinity, it can be relied upon to come running to that sound.
This movie is not all comic chagrin though. It takes a dangerous, harrowing turn. Then we see how frustration can work itself out on a random target.Read more ›
You don't have to be a cat lover to love this movie, but I'm sure it wouldn't hurt!
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A weird, brilliant film. I saw it, I think on cable, and then bought this because it deserves to be bought. If you like it, buy it, support the cast and crew.Published 27 days ago by Dmuny
This was quite possibly the worst movie I have ever seen. I don't think I found a single scene funny. Oh, and a spoiler: the guy finds his cat. Dead.Published on May 21, 2014 by Kesrael