Float (2008)

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Ray Fulton, a 55 year old owner of an Ice Cream shop, separates from his long-time wife and decides to move in with his 2 bachelor employees. As a result, all are forced to reassess their priorities.


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19 April 2010 | wendystrutter
10
| Highly recommend!
I rented this from Blockbuster because I like the actors in it, but I didn't know what to expect. You get so involved with the story and characters, after the first 10 minutes you get sucked right in... and the film was shot very artistically as well. The acting is superb, and you really feel for everyone. The drama is intelligently surrounded by subtle comedy and you can easily relate to the diverse characters which are all brought together despite the obstacles they face. It's truly an insightful little film with lots of heart and I hope these guys make more films. It was a pleasure to watch! Great ensemble! Great direction! I highly recommend it!

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