This is a film that I want all filmmakers and screenwriters to watch, this is how you make an engaging realistic film that focuses on part of the human condition that we often hide from, guilt. Things we're not proud of ourselves for and are embarrassed at our actions in the past and present. This isn't something I see portrayed often in films, and I don't think I've seen it ever be the main focus, not in this way anyway!
Just going through Edger Wright's filmography. Very interesting to see how he started. This came with an interview with young Edger Wright.
Nice comic relief sketch. Not going to get a rating from me as there really isn't much to rate and he was just starting out.