Vivid, episodic and drolly amusing without actually being what you'd call funny, this offbeat chronicle of a drinking life will frustrate some and intrigue others. Disgraced pro golfer Lionel "Ex" Exley (Campbell Scott) bought himself a world of trouble when he tried to bribe his way out of a traffic stop in Arkansas. After 90 days in the slammer, he makes his way home to New Orleans, for no better reason than that he has nowhere else to go. He makes noises about visiting his dad, but never actually gets around to doing it; mostly he drinks, wanders the streets and crosses paths with the eccentrics for whom New Orleans is notorious. Eccentrics like wealthy, seriously...