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Film Review - The D Train


“The D Train” is a very strange movie, but in a positive way. It’s the debut for writer/directors Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel, who use their first shot fired to create a feature that’s surprising, uncomfortable, and periodically hilarious, making sure obvious directions are refused along the way. Tonality isn’t achieved in full, finding the picture unsure what it wants the audience to feel at certain times, but “The D Train” manages to secure a strangeness that encourages unpredictability, while the cast makes a concerted effort to support Paul and Mogel and their plans to marry laughs with serious acts of personal corruption. Read the rest at


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