It's a little like BLUE VELVET without the malevolence or THE UNBELIEVABLE TRUTH without the angst. Unlike David Lynch or Hal Hartley, writer-director David Maquiling's worldview doesn't extend much beyond his movie's small-town milieu. He does, however, have a
strange sense of humor that keeps this pleasant, lighter-than-air look at the bizarro world of modern suburban life afloat. Early one morning, while riding the bus home from his job as a nightwatchman, Jack Crawford (Marc Palmieri) is distracted by a pretty stranger (Nicole Zanzarella) while the
brown paper bag holding his late father's gun is stolen out from under him. Jack can't go the police the gu...