Rated R · 93 minutes · 2013

Comedy drama
David Gordon Green, after an extended foray into comedy with Pineapple Express, Your Highness, The Sitter and Eastbound & Down, returns to his indie dramatic roots (George Washington, All the Real Girls). Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch star as two highway workers painting stripes on a road after fire has ravaged the surroundings. Rudd is typically great Rudd here, with a nice chance to show his dramatic chops and plenty of opportunities to be funny. One can’t help but think of Into the Wild as Hirsch takes a character far away from civilization again. Both actors play well off each other, while Green gets a chance to still be funny while also creating something a little more on the “real” side. Wonderfully shot, and featuring a terrific soundtrack from Explosions in the Sky and David Wingo, this is one of the year’s more pleasant surprises, and a nice comeback for Green after the failure of Your Highness and the so-so nature of The Sitter.

See our full review: Camping and Working

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David Gordon Green returns to the slower pace of his indie films »

Director: David Gordon Green
Producer: Lisa Muskat, Derrick Tseng, Craig Zobel, James Belfer, David Gordon Green, Leo Joseph, Todd Labarowski, Davíd Ólafsson, Árni Filippusson, Tobias Munthe, Theo Youngstein and Matthew Reilly
Cast: Paul Rudd, Emile Hirsch, Lance LeGault and Joyce Payne


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Charleston City Paper Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch paint it yellow in a surrealist comedy A movie about an unlikely pair of buddies in an unlikely location. by Colleen Glenn 10/02/2013
Colorado Springs Independent Prince Avalanche a welcome return to director David Gordon Green's 'hypnotic character studies' What initially seems an acidic buddy comedy eventually turns melodic by Glenn Heath Jr. 09/11/2013

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