Filmmaker Craig Zobel explores the shortcuts that some folks are willing to take to become famous while simultaneously exposing the unscrupulous manner in which others take advantage of these desperate souls with this story of two men who set out to train as record producers.
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Phenomenal. Pat Healey impresses me more and more every time I see him get the chance to act instead of just being a guy in the background. This film should be shown to anyone who wants to be an actor so they can learn the art of restraint and saying more by not saying anything. Craig Zobel is one talented motherfucker as well, as is Kene Holliday. Sidenote: I liked this a lot if you can't tell.
Robert Longstreet is amazing. Best moment (of a lot of moments): the bitter parting of the partners in Indianapolis,especially Longstreet's biting assessment of the state of things between them and in the world (ie decadent America) beyond. .