A suicide is foiled and a tyrant is softened. A marriage crumbles and a new love blooms. Friendships grow as facades fall. Old habits die and new doors open.
Writer/director Kurt Voelker’s plot has sex, love, suicide, pot and sushi; nudity, adultery, felony, lesbians and dog grooming! Somehow it works. Though they arrive in separate small groups, the zany cast of characters intermingle and their bizarre storylines overlap in a dance of wit and hilarity.
Park was fun to watch. It’s well done and refreshingly different. It made me forget about my own crazy life for about 86 minutes.
Park releases in select theaters Nov. 2.