R | | Comedy, Drama
A day in the life of Austin, Texas as the camera roams from place to place and provides a brief look at the overeducated, the social misfits, the outcasts and the oddballs.
The "Anti-Artist" in the bar about 3/4 through the movie is a prominent Austin musician and spoken word artist. Wammo is a founding member in the band the "Asylum Street Spankers". The spankers have released numerous CDs and Wammo has also released ... ...
Should Have Stayed at Bus Station:
Man, I just had the weirdest dream - back on the bus there? Did you ever have one of those dreams that are completely real. I mean they're so vivid. It's just like completely real. It's like, there's always something bizarre going on, though. I have...
When Happy-Go-Lucky Guy presses the button to get his change back from the newspaper machine, you clearly see and hear the change falling into the return slot. When he checks to see if it has fallen, he doesn't find anything.
At the end of the credits, the usual disclaimer is replaced with: "This story was based on fact. Any similiarity with fictional events or characters is entirely coincidental."
$24,307 (USA) (5 July 1991)
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