This review is spoiler free, but does contain information regarding the cast members, the location, the time period and the main character’s occupation. No major plot points are revealed.
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Directed by Chandler Levack
Runtime 99 Mins
A bittersweet slice of Millennial nostalgia for the Canadian cinephile writing this, Chandler Levack’s debut feature is a tenderly cynical portrait of a movie-obsessed outcast allowing his toxic tendencies to
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