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Expiration Date (film)

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Expiration Date
Expiration Date 2006.jpg
DVD cover
Directed byRick Stevenson
Produced byJohn Forsen
Written byHamish Gunn
Rick Stevenson
StarringRobert A. Guthrie
Jill Bennett
Sascha Knopf
Dee Wallace
Ned Romero
Nakotah LaRance
Misty Upham
Music byTim Boyle
Bryon Rickeron
B.C. Smith
CinematographyBruce Worrall
Edited byMark Fulton
Production
company
Roadkill Productions LLC
Release date
  • 2006 (2006)
Running time
94 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Expiration Date (2006) is an independent black comedy film that won many film festival awards.

Plot summary

The story is told by a Native American elderly man to a Native American boy who wants to give up dancing and leave the reservation by bus. The story he tells is about a Native American man named Charlie Silvercloud III who thinks that he will be hit by a milk truck on his 25th birthday, like his father and grandfather before him due to a curse. His birthday is two weeks away. Charlie has a checklist of things he wants to do before his two weeks are up, but because he does not have long to live and has no way to do anything extreme, his list is somewhat more practical than most "bucket" lists. His checklist includes canceling his cellphone contract, watering the plants, and returning library books. His mother tries to prevent the curse from killing him by mapping the milk truck route and is trying to stop Charlie from going outside during certain times just in case he might be killed earlier than expected. While looking for a casket to buy for his assumed death, he meets Bessie Smith who is looking for casket for her mother. Bessie owns a dog named Roadkill because he is able to play dead so convincingly that crowds gather when he plays dead. Bessie and Charlie start seeing each other, but Charlie cannot decide if he should continue the relationship because of his impending death. Things become more complicated when Charlie finds out that Bessie is being stalked by a man who drives a milk truck for the local dairy.

Production

The film was shot in Seattle and has Seattle actors. The film has important Seattle locations that Kim Voynar of Cinematical said was like a walking tour of the city.[1] Rick Stevenson said that the film was revised more than 17 times in 7 years.[2] Rick and the writer Haming Gunn came up with the idea from talking to people that had fathers and grandfathers that died at 35 because of a heart attack. Rick said that he chose Robert Guthrie for the lead role because he has a good sense of humor and is talented when it comes to black comedy. The Seattle dairy Smith Brothers agreed to supply everything related to the milk trucks because they thought that the plot sounded funny.[3]

Release

The film debuted at the Palm Springs Film Festival.[4] The DVD was released on January 27, 2009. The special features have a making of documentary, deleted scenes, director's commentary, the script, stills, cast and crew bios, the trailer, and a documentary called Family Dancing.[5]

Reception

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 83% of critics gave positive feedback, based on 6 reviews.[6]

Sean Axmaker of Seattle PI said that the video filmography and pacing isn't very good at times, but that he still likes the film because of the romance, offbeat humor, and gags.[7]

A Los Angeles CityBeat review said that the director's effort shows a bit too much and that he wasn't able to pull it off.[8] Justin Chang of Variety said that the film doesn't amount to much because it is too stringy and disjointed.[9]

Awards

References

  1. ^ Voynar, Kim (2006-05-30). "SIFF Review: Expiration Date". Cinematical. Retrieved 2009-08-19.
  2. ^ Gelband, Jennifer (2006-08-16). "Death By Milk Truck in Expiration Date". Boise Weekly. Retrieved 2009-08-19.
  3. ^ Voynar, Kim (2006-06-03). "SIFF Interview: Expiration Date -- Rick Stevenson and Robert Guthrie". Cinematical. Retrieved 2009-08-20.
  4. ^ Jack, Sable. "Seattle International Film Festival Artistic Director Carl Spence". Scriptmag. Archived from the original on 2012-02-24. Retrieved 2009-08-20.
  5. ^ "Expiration Date DVD Details". Moviefone. Retrieved 2009-08-19.[permanent dead link]
  6. ^ "Expiration Date (2006)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 2009-08-19.
  7. ^ Axmaker, Sean (2006-06-21). "Seattle shows well in sweet 'Expiration'". Seattle PI. Retrieved 2009-08-19.
  8. ^ "Latest Reviews". Los Angeles CityBeat. 2006-09-14. Retrieved 2009-08-19.[dead link]
  9. ^ Chang, Justin (2006-09-14). "Expiration Date Review". Variety. Retrieved 2009-08-19.
  10. ^ "Expiration Date (2006)". SLC Film Center. Archived from the original on March 17, 2008. Retrieved 2009-08-20.

External links

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