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Passenger Side

Passenger Side

Director Matthew Bissonnette takes to the road for an exploration of brotherly love

A likeable diversion: Adam Scott and Joel Bissonnette in 'Passenger Side'

Matthew Bissonnette’s third feature Passenger Side is a mellow, honey-hued road movie which sees two discordant brothers combing the streets of Los Angeles with an initially mysterious purpose. A likeable diversion, for the most part it’s a nicely played two-hander depicting the rekindling of a sibling bond.

The script is snappy and intelligently written and the film features some nicely underplayed hilarity

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