June 19, 2012
Jeff Who Lives at Home
There are times when one goes to a movie simply for its therapeutic, redemptive powers; times when life has delivered the unexpected curve ball; impatiently waiting for the "silver lining" to rear its healing head. "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" by the Duplass brothers (Jay and Mark "Cyrus") is quirky, compelling and in the end magical: why we enter a darkened venue and exit rejuvenated, calmed...
"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" improves with each sequence due to Segal's imbuing Jeff with spiritual, almost messianic determination to follow his "signs"; culminating in the knowledge that by perpetually adhering to and acting upon your instincts, will result in contentment, completion, satisfaction, salvation of the spirit; an affirmation that goodness, decency and heroism reside in the core of the least expected...
"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" annihilator of gloom, bestowing laughter; the quintessential curative for life's temporary shadows...
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