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7 Chinese Brothers

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In this quirky comedy, after getting fired from his last job, Larry, played by Jason Schwartzman, along with his trusty sidekick french bulldog Arrow (Schwartzman's real-life pet), goes through life as a misanthropic outcast looking for work and a purpose in life.
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Austin Chronicle
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September 03, 2015

With 7 Chinese Brothers, Austin-based filmmaker Bob Byington has made his most accessible film yet.
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The Film Stage
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February 23, 2016

7 Chinese Brothers has an abundance of half-hearted slacker charm that it is hard to fault.
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Arizona Republic
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September 03, 2015

Schwartzman ... gives Larry enough humanity and a modicum of personal growth that you keep coming back for more.
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Chicago Reader
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September 03, 2015

Writer-director Bob Byington showed potential as a social satirist with his provocative 2008 indie RSO (Registered Sex Offender), but this slacker comedy lacks any such venom.
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4:3
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April 01, 2017

A very funny, resonant and, most importantly, self-aware film that allows a grade-A performer to show off his deadpan chops.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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September 03, 2015

The film never allows the audience to truly get to know any of the characters in Larry's world, a world in which their uniform shirts emblazoned with company logos and their first names serve as reminders of their lot in life.
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Madison Movie
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September 15, 2015

"7 Chinese Brothers," modest and unassuming, wins us over too, even though I can't figure out what the R.E.M. song has to do with the movie. Plus, it looks like Byington could only afford 2 Chinese brothers at most.
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Entertainment Weekly
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September 02, 2015

7 Chinese Brothers is so slight it risks evaporating on contact.
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Cambridge Day
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September 11, 2015

It's a small film, with some great performances and one irrefutably cute dog.
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Los Angeles Times
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September 03, 2015

By widening his soulful puppy eyes - matched only, quite eerily, by those of his French bulldog in real life, Arrow - Schwartzman successfully dares audiences to care.
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New Yorker
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August 31, 2015

The sharpest moments cast mundane struggles in a nearly spiritual light.
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