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Jeff, Who Lives at Home

Video Guy: "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" - If you liked most of the other films I've mentioned, this may be too slow for you. But it is a little gem in its own right. Jeff, a 30-something stoner/slacker living in his mother's basement, just trying to figure out his life; psychically laser-locked on the movie "Signs" and wondering about his fate; his mother and brother in the midst of their own identity crises - everything eventually intersecting. It's not a spoiler to note that the movie comes sweetly full cycle ... the fun is in the journey. I recommend this one for fans of "small" indy-style films that don't rely on Hollywood gloss.

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