R / 1h 41m / Drama
Dear Champion Vending Company,
I put five quarters into your machine and proceeded to push B2, which should have given me peanut M&M’s. Regrettably, it did not. I found this upsetting, as I was very hungry, and also my wife died ten minutes earlier.
This one truly came out of nowhere and hit me hard. A career guy loses his wife in a car crash and he begins to see life differently, he sees himself differently and he analyzes relationships differently.
I was very involved from the start, I know what it’s like to get caught up in work and how much of a struggle it is to get back to life sometimes.
I know what it’s like to lose someone and question everything and change everything. I know what it’s like to feel dead inside and start to see things in a new light. I couldn’t take my eyes off it. I really enjoyed the cinematography and the music ensemble. Everything stayed in theme.
I loved this experience. I laughed and cried and related. I can’t wait to see it again.