Philip Seymour Hoffman of course, dominates this movie from start to finish, even though there is a great cast surrounding him. The story is great, it is about coping with loss. Major loss. From there I also learned a little about the cult of radio control. That is, people who own and compete with model airplanes and boats. And I learned a little about the cult of sniffers. That is, people who like to sniff various chemicals for a high. The movie is strange, and tragic, filled with serious, heavy, emotional discharge, so I am betting you will either love it or hate it. Not comparable to any other movie I have seen.
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