Lionshare is 'Slacker' for the file-sharing generation

The movie was written up on the blog Open Attitude, and they had some flattering things to say about the movie:

Back in 1991, when yours truly was a starving comedian down and out in Los Angeles, he went to his local art house movie theatre and saw what’s since been hailed as the cinematic anthem of Generation X — Richard Linklater’s Slacker.
This week, almost 20 years later, he had the distinct pleasure of downloading and watching The Lionshare, which could arguably be called Slacker for the file-sharing generation… except that it’s a much better film.

That’s some high praise indeed, and I’m not going to argue! Click here for the full article and check out the rest of the blog while you’re at it.

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