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Horace and Pete

Directed by Louis C.K.
United States, 2016
TV Series, Comedy, Drama

Synopsis

Horace and Pete (stylized as Horace and Pete’s Est. 1916) is an American comedy-drama web series created by Louis C.K. starring himself and Steve Buscemi as Horace and Pete, co-owners of an Irish bar, Horace and Pete’s. 10 episodes in total.

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Horace and Pete Directed by Louis C.K.

Awards & Festivals

Gotham Awards

2016 | Nominee: Breakthrough Series - Long Form

C.K. has a prodigious ear for the way people reveal themselves intentionally in keeping with their personas, while signaling something deeper and less controlled in the process. Horace and Pete, then, has something pivotally in common with its characters: It’s mannered and vulnerable, polished and neurotically raw, each quality informing the others in surprising and resonant dimensions.
April 25, 2016
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As with a masterwork of any art form, it is impossible to know where to begin with Louis CK’s galvanic, unprecedented web series Horace and Pete… It’s a testament to CK’s astonishing talents that each and every character on this show, shot midweek in the manner of a live, in-the-moment stage play and posted on CK’s web site a couple of days later, seems to fully exist in our real world, fueled by a narrative that avoids cliché at every turn.
February 22, 2016
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The combination of a hermetically sealed setting and no-fuss filmmaking is spot-on, but scene for scene, the show’s scripts are a mess — as lumpy as a typical half-hour of Louie, but without the insurance policy of knowing you’re watching a filmmaking laboratory where the point is to throw stuff at the wall and see if it sticks… Still, the series lingers in the mind. With its hurts and silences and its sense of impending doom, it is unlike anything else that calls itself American television.
February 10, 2016
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