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    The only jeweller I know is married with kids but spends most of his time in hotel rooms doing stupid amounts of Coke and fucking prostitutes

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    You'd think you wouldn't be able to sustain that double life for long but you'd be surprised

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    The caffeine headaches must be a bitch tho

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    Sounds bleak though. Youd almost want to get caught, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baboon2004 View Post
    Sounds bleak though. Youd almost want to get caught, no?
    It's objectively bleak. Joyless as addiction tends to be.

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    For sure. And the massive stress of living in that secrecy

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    Well tbh I'm not sure he has a conscience

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    I imagine the addiction might function to hide that buried conscience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baboon2004 View Post
    Interesting that the diamond district guys are the actual guys too, that bit was v good
    The bail bondsman in Good Time was an actual bail bondsman too.

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    loved it. the good kind of realism where the people seemed like actual people and not that awful annoying realism where the people are mostly just expressions of some 'hardcore', gritty, emotionless artistic vision.

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    i don't know anything about the directors, but i loved this! so is Good Times worth the gamble?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nochexxx View Post
    i don't know anything about the directors, but i loved this! so is Good Times worth the gamble?
    at least as good, I'd say. perhaps better.

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    I watched Good Time this evening. v. good but found the soundtrack really intrusive. Like oneotrix point never was constantly trying to up the tension when the film didn't really need it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by entertainment View Post
    at least as good, I'd say. perhaps better.
    I think better too.

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