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The Axis of Cool in DRINKING BUDDIES, and How It Tilts

Joe Swanberg, as has been duly noted elsewhere, is building a portrait of a generation with his body of work. It's easy to imagine that, as Swanberg's films expand in scope, the crisis his characters face, the crucial question--can my plaid, my organic coffee, and my iPod survive my larger life crisis?--will become a more and more resounding issue.
  • By Max Winter
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  • September 3, 2013 8:36 AM
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