Simitar/1992/97 minutes

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Down, but not out. A-Pix

  An off-beat film that isn't for everyone's pleasure, Floundering offers a desperate  view from a different kind of twenty-somethings . film observations. James LeGros plays John Boyz, an Los Angeles observer of life, moving about  in half confused reality and shocking fantasy. The audiences line of sight is often broken. It's at times humorous and biting and at other moments rather depressing.
    The full frame 1.33 transfer is soft in many scenes which prevents the grainy nature of the film from becoming oppressive. The contemporary music soundtrack is loud but effective.






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