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on November 7, 2013
If you are a fan of the series "Girls' you might really enjoy this movie since it is very much the same type of comedy. The writer, director, producer and star is Alex Karpovsky, of 'Girls' fame. The movie is in documentary style about an imaginative hole in a lake that Alex goes with his film team, in search of. The characters from the small town where this phenomenon occurs are very funny as themselves and Alex is not afraid to make himself look like a fool.
This is also his first film that he made - it was talked about in Lena Dunham's 'Tiny Furniture' - and is very funny in a dry sort of way.
I would definitely recommend this to fans of Alex's and also to Girls fans.
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on November 11, 2014
This is a funny story based on a phenomenon that occurred on one of the lakes in the Brainerd Lakes Area. One of the characters in the film was a classmate who is now deceased and I was able to purchase this for his widow. She had seen the original when presented to the group in Brainerd but never had the opportunity to own a copy. It holds memories for her too.
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on January 28, 2013
This documentary style indie takes you along on reporters plunge into madness. In short, a hole opens up in a frozen lake for no apparent reason. By the time our hero gets there, though, it has closed up again. His dissapointment quickly becomes obsession and finally full out madness. Well executed, well performed. Very high believablity factor.
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