Ambling and amiable, Tom DiCillo's third feature is a warm and hazy comedy whose gentle surface belies a streak of purely American pessimism. Al Fountain (John Turturro) is an uptight, strictly by the book electrical engineer who's supervising an out-of-town
construction site. When the project is unexpectedly canceled just before the Fourth of July, Al decides to postpone the trip back home to his wife and son in order to revisit the lake where, as a child, he once spent an idyllic summer vacation. But what begins as a sentimental journey becomes a
side trip into the bizarre when he hooks up with the Kid (Sam Rockwell), a flesh and blood Peter Pan by way of James F...