6 February 2011 | tedjmcburnett
Family devastated by drugs, violence and childhood trauma
An incredibly good pastel/noir film that will keep you riveted to the screen through out the run. Hats off to the Director and especially the Photographer, Tony Morrone. The movie moves the viewer along as if in a dream with beautiful background music and continuity. The definition of "funeral parasites", as individuals who stalk people who are vulnerable and are mourning their loss of loved ones is very poignant. All of the actors play their roles very well - shades of Canterbury Tales. Let's hope this brilliant Director will bring us more masterpieces. I have heard that this film is amateurish and dysfunctional but isn't that what life itself is? Watch this film for yourself and see if you don't agree that it is remarkable.