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Stuck Between Stations
Casper, a soldier home on bereavement leave, gets a second chance to make a new impression on his childhood crush Rebecca, a once promising grad student whose academic career hangs by a thread. While they drift through the picturesque streets of Minneapolis, they have only one night together to find themselves falling in love and falling apart. -- (C) Official Site
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 63%

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"A pleasant, inconsequential indie with deep Minneapolis roots, "Stuck Between Stations" should please youth-oriented Minnesota audiences. It's unlikely to set the rest of the planet on fire."
‑ Colin Covert, Minneapolis Star Tribune
"Real people may not be this glib and witty, but Rosen and Lister-Jones sell us on Casper and Becky nonetheless."
‑ John Anderson, Variety
"Brady Kiernan's Stuck Between Stations has sweetness to it, but it's a sweetness borrowed from innumerable other films and constantly corrupted by biased politics and crass emotional digressions."
‑ Chris Cabin, Slant Magazine
"There are no easy payoffs in "Stuck Between Stations," but the chemistry of its stars is reward enough."
‑ Andy Webster, New York Times
"The end result is a well-intentioned yet terminally underwhelming indie that maintains a nigh passable feel virtually from start to finish..."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"Stuck Between Stations moved well enough that I wanted to stay with it. It definitely gets to a point where it says something unique."
‑ Fred Topel, Screen Junkies
"There's an overapplication of split-screen and woozy soundtrack cues to this end, but Lister Jones and Rosen do an appealing back-and-forth with lively dialogue, not dulled in the interest of realism."
‑ Nick Pinkerton, Village Voice
"The movie has a meandery structure and the gimmicky split-screen technique used to distract us from the familiar goings-on doesn't get the job done."
‑ Chris Hewitt (St. Paul), St. Paul Pioneer Press
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