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How To Be
Officially an adult but locked into a perpetual phase of arrested development, an aimless twentysomething attempts to make sense of his go-nowhere life after being dumped by his girlfriend and forced to move back home with his parents. Art may still be far from mid-life, but no one can deny that he's having a crisis. When his attempts at establishing himself as a sensitive singer/songwriter fail, Art dips into his inheritance money in order to experiment with a variety of new-age therapies and hire an eccentric self-help guru. Gradually, Art begins to make sense of the dysfunctional… More

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"An astonishingly irrelevant piece of work..."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"Filled with British humor so dry that it's down-right parched. (Still, if you're a big fan of Robert Pattinson, I suspect you won't be disappointed.)"
‑ Steve Rhodes, Internet Reviews
"A kind of problem child with whiskers bitten by love in this delayed coming of age family dyfunction outing, Pattinson impresses with his broad range, while doing daffy and despair at the same time."
‑ Prairie Miller, NewsBlaze
"Fans who love 'RPattz' even more than Edward Cullen should be satisfied. They'll be the only ones."
‑ Geoff Berkshire,
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