This is an excellent dark dramedy that serves as an excellent showcase for Paul Rudd, who stretches himself here as an actor in a very serious role. The film's about a failed actor who is tired of living and will commit suicide within two days, and he hires a filmmaking friend and crew to document his remaining hours. It's a fantastic, fairly complex performance from Paul inside of an interesting indie flick, that is ambitious and intriguing on multiple levels, visually and character wise.
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It's a great film and is currently on Netflix Instant. I highly recommend that you all check it out, because, honestly? It seems like absolutely no one has heard of this film. In fact, if I asked Paul Rudd or Adam Scott about it, they probably have forgotten that they did it. That's just a shame and means nothing, as it's actually a worthwhile flick, all around.