Adapting a David Sedaris story for the big screen is both an honor and a daunting task — we’re unsure if a film can even come close to matching his written tone effectively — but director/adapter Kyle Patrick Alvarez has laid the foundation here, and reportedly there are fine performances from star Jonathan Groff, the oddly sexy Corey Stoll from “House of Cards”, the reliable Denis O’Hare and Dale Rickey, and what’s said to be a surprising and subdued turn from former “SNL”
player Casey Wilson.
I saw this film as part of Frameline 37 in San Francisco. It’s ill-conceived right from the start, with a fairly unbelievable plot along with absurd plot details. Strangely, it’s full of ersatz emotional depth regarding any important topic (e.g., finding oneself, religious conflict, class wars, sexual coming of age angst, small-town blues).
I’d give this film a higher rating if it weren’t such a waste of talent, particularly sexy Corry Stoll’s. The script starts off with a scatological and absolutely hilarious but totally vacuous and non-contextual bang and continues its vacuous adventure through various contrived setups right until its anti-climatic nihilist end. It’s a mushy apple with unattractive worms and I advise not biting.
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