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Thunder road song was actually played in the 2016 short film upon which this movie was based, on which officer Jim dances and sings along with. See more »
Officer Jim Arnaud:
Just because somebody leaves... just because somebody chooses to leave, that doesn't mean they didn't want to be here with you. It means they had a hard time with things. It's a lot for some people.
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This movie was well written well acted and finely directed. I don't normally write reviews but felt compelled after reading so many poor and inaccurate reviews. It gave me garden state like vibes, but a garden state for a mature audience.
Don't pay any attention to the poor reviews anyone that enjoys offbeat independent drama -comedies will thoroughly enjoy this. Jim Cummins is an all round talent who deserves to be recognised for this project.
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