Zen and the Art of Landscaping (2001)

  |  Short, Comedy, Romance

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All manner of family secrets are out when the lawnmower man is invited inside one fateful day.


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9 September 2001 | acebannister
| Smart and funny.
"Zen and the Art of Lanscaping", written and directed by David Kartch is a short film about a young man named David (his friends call him Zen) and what transpires in one strange day of his life. Zen works as a lanscaper for an upper-middle class family. The lady of the house tries to get Zen to help her cheat on her husband. Unfortunately, her son walks in on them instead of her husband. From this point on the movie starts to speed through many revelations between the characters along with the eventual involvement of the man of the house. "Zen and the Art of Landscaping" is witty, smart and overall very well written. The comedic timing of the actors is also very strong. It's a fun, light movie that I would strongly recommend.

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Short | Comedy | Romance


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January 2001



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