A half-hour fictional interview with Gallo, his responses culled from various real print interviews, and voiced by a fairly terrible voice actor. Entertainment! The interviewer is openly hostile in a way that he probably wouldn’t have had the balls to be if the real Gallo were sitting in front of him, which is maybe a good thing, though obviously a bit lopsided. Take everything portrayed with its distance from reality in mind and you’ll enjoy yourself.
KR, 115 min
suffers near end due to pacing issues, B+ overall, excellent visual elements, shhh
AU, 89 min
The son of hippies attempts to reinvent himself as a buttoned-down corporate drone in the pursuit of normalcy.
i’m officially through with this indie shit.
typical “quirky” debut-directorial,
auteur coming-of-age thing.
satire a bit heavy-handed for me
i walked away with a shrug
and the word “cute” on my lips.