Buoy: A Movie, a Radio Show, a Great Eavesdropping Experience

Comments

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Sounds painful.
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I was going to wait and make my next comment regarding the presidential debate (FOUR DAYS AWAY!! SO EXCITED!!).
I think it should start today, let's begin -

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I disagree
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There is a difference between "disinterested" and "uninterested".
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From what I've learned over the past few months, is that it's a waste of time reading Constant closely. It's not an important bit of knowledge, some discovered it long before me, some will discover it later. The comments matter more than the post, and are "often" written more genuinely.

You, Crone, I don't like so much. I know you could care less. Enemies on a blog are like tiddlywinks. So how bout it, brother?
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It's things like this that make me wish I lived in Seattle. What are the chances this will ever be available from Netflix?
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@4 No, I "couldn't" care less. Please make a note of it.
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Crone, Good attitude. You got promise, young buck. Let's stretch this out to a long phone call.
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Uninterested in her life, not disinterested. Disinterested means something else.
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The girl from Shelter, OMG I cannot wait to see this.
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Stars Tina Holmes (Six Feet Under, Half Nelson, Shelter) and Matthew Del Negro (The Soproanos, The West Wing, Chelsea Walls)
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Stars Tina Holmes (Six Feet Under, Half Nelson, Shelter) and Matthew Del Negro (The Soproanos, The West Wing, Chelsea Walls)
buoythemovie.com
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I really enjoyed the film from the very first moment. The opening drew me in gently and seductively - setting a tone that opened my ears and my heart to the relationship between brother and sister. An excellent match between form and content - the locked off frames and studied - yet casual compositions gave the eye and mind room to wander and investigate - creating a unique interpretation of the detachment from physical space that occurs while engaged in a conversation like this. A near perfect film for those who believe perfection is over rated.