sure it's not a documentary? 

"Alan, a musician whose band has just broken up, shows up in New York to pursue his burgeoning rock and roll career. He starts by searching for a drummer for a show he’s already lined up, and otherwise goes about the mechanics of self-promotion. He finds a champion in Sara, a radio DJ who sets her sights on a submissive but uninterested Alan—and finds him a drummer. In his down time, Alan drinks and strategizes with his old friend Lawrence, a grad student, and Lawrence’s girlfriend Ellie, a journalist. Alan endeavors to keep his shoulder to the wheel, while Ellie finds herself attracted to him. The attraction is mutual, but both parties are reluctant to take the next step."


directed by billyburg local andrew bujalski. and starring justin rice, member of the very prolific brooklyn indie rock outfit, bishop allen.

it's been a recommend pretty much everywhere lately. and has even been favorably compared to godard and cassavetes. lemme know if anyone wants to see it maybe this weekend or next week.

starts today
@ cinema village
(which, i realized, is not actually the peepee theater. so we're good.)

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