Director Lynn Shelton channels the Mike Leigh style by improvising the script of this comic drama along with her talented cast, resulting in the intimate account the damaged friendship between novelist Eric (Sean Nelson) and best pal Dylan (Basil Harris), who backed far away from their relationship to a cabin in the wilderness. Over a weekend together, the two young men struggle to reconcile their differences. With Jeanette Maus, Calvin Reeder. 79 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: EnglishDolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish; audio commentary; deleted scenes; behind-the-scenes footage; theatrical trailer.
From Lynn Shelton - the award-winning director of Humpday - comes another intimate, intelligent and relentlessly honest comedy/drama about the unspoken intricacies of male friendship. Eric (Sean Nelson of the Seattle band Harvey Danger) is a semi-successful city novelist whose selfish behavior drove his best friend Dylan (Basil Harris) to move to the backwoods of Eastern Washington. But when Erik arrives at Dylan's tiny cabin in an attempt to reconnect, the two will spend a weekend exploring the jealousies, egos, awkwardness and often-hilarious truths about what makes men bond. Calvin Reeder and Jeanette Maus co-star in this acclaimed indie 'bromance' - largely improvised by the cast.