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Matt Walsh and Brain Huskey have created a beautiful film. With an ensemble cast as impressive as the one that they have put together, it was always going to be a very funny film but what surprised me the most was how moving this film was. There are some truly touching moments and moments that say a lot about the nature of friendships and the pain of loneliness. Matt Walsh has directed it all with a light hand so the film never falls into sentimentality or corniness. Brain Huskey's portrayal of Dr Ron is spot on and with great support from Morgan Walsh, Horatio Sanz and Erinn Hayes in particular, this film is full of believable and relatable characters.
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