Masterpiece: A black comedy romance road movie about three friends in the afterlife help each other find people that they desperately need to speak to in order to make sense of how they died.
Upon finding herself in an afterlife world for those who have committed suicide a young woman decides to inform the powers that be that she didn’t actually try to kill herself.
Despondent after breaking up with his girlfriend, Zia (Patrick Fugit) kills himself and wakes up in a bland purgatory populated by other suicides. He takes a job at Kamikaze Pizza and befriends a Russian rocker named Eugene (Shea Whigham) while trying to make the best of a very dull afterlife. Learning that his ex-girlfriend has also killed herself, Zia embarks on a road trip with Eugene to find her, picking up a feisty hitchhiker (Shannyn Sossamon) along the way.
The Montage Film Reviews Sunday DVD Rental Suggestion Podcast (SDRSP) is an audio podcast, that began life in 2010 running for the first Sunday in September to the last Sunday in May. Subsequently, there is no set schedule as posting is dependent on availability. However, any new episodes are always released on a Sunday.
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