“Flo’s plan unfolds with a drifter’s ease that belies the film’s trigger-taut plot—although framed and spurred at various points by something so simple as the search for a lighter, Bad Posture is driven by a love story. When Marissa makes her magical reappearance, when Flo and his girl walk the party gauntlet together, the thrill is palpable, the quest worthy and fulfilling. Wide-eyed and smiling, she asks what he’s doing at this unexpected event. “I live here,” he says. She smiles, knowingly and appreciatively, acknowledging what this subtly masterful film has so gloriously captured. “So that’s what you’re doing here. Living.” ”
Thanks, NYC Rooftop Films!