A guy decides to sell weed after losing his job, but things soon go out of hand as demand of business and paranoia starts taking over.
Director: Rory Rooney
Written by: David Shapiro
Produced by: Daniel Crown, Riva Marker, Josh Stern, Daniela Taplin Lundberg
Release Date: October 14, 2016
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Running Time: 96 minutes
Country: United States
Edited By: Erica Freed Marker
Music by: Kenny Woods
Cinematography: Trevor Forrest
Distributed by: Red Crown Productions
Cast: Josh Brener, Paul Iacono
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“The original krooks and nannies” is a philadelphia based indie band, who’s song is featured in the opening sequence
At about 27:20 minutes in, when David and Kate are lying on the bed talking, both are lying on their stomachs and appear unclothed. Initially, the blanket is resting on Kate’s mid-back, and then the shot changes to David. When it changes back to Kate, during the same dialogue, the blanket is resting higher up near her shoulder. In a subsequent shot, it is back down to her mid-back.
According to a shot of his smartphone just before David is fired on Monday, May 18, which is only consistent with the recent year 2015. However, later in the film, David receives a reply text from MJ dated in September 2013. In addition to being the wrong year, it’s the wrong month because the plot is supposedly still in May since David is fired on the same day Kate is about to begin a law firm summer internship.
Kate: What makes you qualified to change the playlist?
David: What kind of qualifications did the last guy have?
Kate: This really isn’t about the last guy, and who says it was a guy?
David: Okay, well…
David: The inedible candy that you love so much.
Kate: I love it.