One man's unguarded honesty threatens to destroy the longtime friendship between an aspiring screenwriter and a successful magazine editor in writer/director Russell Brown's blistering comedy about the high price of being truthful. Sam has written a screenplay. He believes the film he has dreamt up could be his ticket to the big time, but before anything else, he wants to get some feedback from his old friend David. David is a magazine editor who's currently at the top of his game. He doesn't think too much of Sam's screenplay, and his admission of this fact opens up a critical rift between the two longtime writers. As the tension begins spreading to other areas of both men's lives, they suddenly find themselves forced to confront their motivations for becoming writers in the first place. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
I agree with Michael. This movie is like
watching a play. Long two people scenes with lots of dialog. I thought the acting and writing was top notch. I enjoyed every scene but one. Kind of reminded me of The Girlfriend Experience by Soderbergh.
This was a decent movie for a person who is bored and want to watch a movie. Has lots of dialogue between the characters and the plot wasn't all that great, but it was good enough to keep me into the story.