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If you're a Bukowski fan, or a fan of true underground cinema, chances are you will dig this flick. It's a trilogy of stories that detail a day in the life of sordid, desperate characters in search of nothing. It features a cool soundtrack by The Denison/Kimball Trio, suitably jumpy, grainy camerawork and very good acting (especially by ex-Jesus Lizard frontman David Yow). The second tale is based on Bukowski's "Reunion" from his collection "Tales of Ordinary Madness", and is probably the strongest of the three shorts. If you found "Barfly" depressing- don't bother, but if it whet your whistle then tip back and enjoy!(16)

Walls in the City (Ex Rental)

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