As America celebrates its 200th birthday, two generations of friends and neighbors in a Chicago suburb explore new freedoms and seek connections with each other in the midst of the socio/sexual revolution.
In an effort to promote his unpublished novel, Davy Mitchell sets out on a road trip with his younger brother. However, the idealism of being on the road wears off and it quickly proves to ... See full summary »
Kyle Patrick Alvarez
Anyone that has ever dealt with obesity will find a voice in this movie. The main character knows he has a problem and finds ways to deal with it. If your looking for a film that was shot in gorgeous locations, deals with the gritty and not so pretty life of an obese person, and shows the realities of fat intolerance and bigotry then this is the film for you. The twists and turns of life and the shear joy of food resonate so truthfully. No sugar coating or feel good, quick fixes thrown in for good measure. I've never been to New York, but I can tell you that the problems he deals with can be seen in "Anytown, USA" This is a must see film, not only for those that have problems with food but for those they love as well. Nothing in life is easy, except for the love of food.
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