When was the last time you saw a movie in which people -- even working-class people -- actually went to work? Chris Kentis and Laura Lau's low-budget debut (between them, they directed, cast, edited, produced and cowrote) revolves
around blue-collar brothers Terry (Paul Schulze) and Eddie (Billy Crudup), who live by the time clock at the local treadmill factory. Terry, who supplements his rivethead salary by working petty scams for a local bad guy, has a wanly pretty wife, Janey ( Hal Hartley regular Adrienne Shelly), a new
baby and tract house in Clifton, NJ. Hot-rodding younger brother Eddie, fresh out of prison, comes to stay until he gets back on his feet. Terr...