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      S...house

      2020, Comedy, 1h 42m

      73 Reviews 100+ Ratings

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      A disarmingly tender look at young adult ennui, this Shithouse don't stink. Read critic reviews

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      A lonely college freshman forges a strong connection with his resident assistant during a fraternity party.

      • Rating: R (Sexual Content|Language Throughout|Drug/Alcohol Use)

      • Genre: Comedy

      • Original Language: English

      • Director: Cooper Raiff

      • Producer: Divi Crockett, Cooper Raiff, Will Youmans

      • Writer: Cooper Raiff

      • Release Date (Theaters):  limited

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      • Box Office (Gross USA): $18.1K

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      • Distributor: IFC Films

      • Production Co: CMR Productions

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      • Mar 08, 2021

        The 19 year-olds in this movie are so aware of themselves, so in touch with their emotions, and so mature that they rationally deal with said emotions and situations like I wish my 33 year-old ass could. Like, seriously-I don't know that I would have ever realized as a college freshman that doing what I need to do rather than what I want to do is what would ultimately allow for the necessary growth to take place. And though I can't specifically relate to Alex's college experience I can certainly relate to the position he's in; where the comfort and safety of one option is calling yet the unknown and intriguing lingers and will continue to do so - ultimately and inevitably leading to regret if you don't give yourself the chance to conquer the unknown. Writer, director, and star Cooper Raiff is searingly honest in all aspects, but it's his commitment to the awkward, harsh, and overwhelming aspects of his experience that elicit both sympathy and laughs from the audience. A modern take on Linklater largely consisting of a potential couple chatting it up over the course of a single night, Shithouse manages to carve its own space alongside its influences thanks largely to the fact its thesis centers on the balancing act of finding one's self while adapting to change and how much that effects who you become. RIP Pete

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