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Brad's Status (2017)

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A father takes his son to tour colleges on the East Coast and meets up with an old friend who makes him feel inferior about his life's choices.

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A father takes his son to tour colleges on the East Coast and meets up with an old friend who makes him feel inferior about his life's choices.

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The success you've been searching for may be right next to you.

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$89,921, 17 September 2017, Limited Release

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$2,133,158, 26 October 2017

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$2,400,000
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The script was written in November 2015 with filming beginning in September the following year. See more »

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Brad Sloan: [But Melanie... she's so easily satisfied]
Melanie Sloan: It's good!
Brad Sloan: Honestly?
Melanie Sloan: Yeah, I always love your sauces.
Brad Sloan: [Maybe her contentment undermined my ambition]
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Featured in Half in the Bag: 2017 Movie Catch-up: Part 1 (2018) See more »

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Eye of the Storm
Written by Troy Ambroff (as Troy Cameron Ambroff), Jon Bonner (as Jonathan Bonner), Keihla Rivera and Joseph Lourenzo Pertusati
Performed by Troy Ambroff (as Troy Cameron) & Keihla Rivera
Courtesy of SteezySociety
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so real. flawless performance
25 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

So real. Flawless performance. One of the best movie this year so far. It's not a movie for everyone. I understand why some people could fall asleep while watching it. Its depth could be understood only if one have had several years fighting and climbing in the society and have a family and children to cherish and thankful for. I felt the echos in my soul and could foresee what I would look like in Brad's age. Everyone is relatively poor; the circle can be one percent, or one millionth or one billionth. And vice verse everyone is relatively happier and richer compared to the rest. And the "real pains" come from those meaningless comparisons and competitions that we impose on ourselves. Everyone have a choice of how to live their lives and how to plan and realize their futures. It's just a bunch of unique decisions that we have made and are making for ourselves. When you are jealous about someone's success in career or something, you don't know how much they sacrifice on their life balance or health or something else that you weigh way more over the former. There's no better or worse life. There is always shadow behind sunshine. It's just a matter whether you like it or not, grateful or regretful. And if you like your life and are grateful, you already win the competition if you really want such a comparison.

"Everyone is thinking about themselves. Nobody cares about you. The only person cares about you is me. So you should only care about my opinion."

I love the ending. There's no silver bullet to avoid so called midlife crisis. Can Brad have a sound sleep that night? Not sure. What I am certain is that we have to make every seconds in life count and always gives thanks to God, life and everyone in our life, to live a life which we will never regret.


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