Directed by Jared Drake
When people in his office begin exploding from stress, George tries to ignore the epidemic and live his usual life. But when his brother - recently released from prison - moves in and starts of freedom-of-expression movement in George's backyard, he begins to suffer his first symptom.
When people in his office begin exploding from stress, George tries to ignore the epidemic and live his usual life.
Cast: Zach Galifianakis, Judy Greer, Mia Maestro
I give it a 3 because its part of this watered down Neo Realism trend I see. Its the next generation of the Pulp Fictions. But rather than go into such detail and allow for the action to carry the idea more than words, it is brash and outward about what would otherwise be the underlying idea. I feel as if it was written with the idea that the viewer is somehow less thoughtful and smart than the writer. The aspects I do like are the George Washington parts and just about every scene with his brother.
Weird, but very interesting and well done.