LBF: Film Review
First-time director Alex Munt's chaotic exploration of an aspiring writer's rock & roll lifestyle lacks a solid philosophical throughline to hold it together.
AUSTIN — Pickled in booze, rock & roll and twentysomething self-indulgence, the Aussie import LBF (it stands for "Living Between Fucks") offers a viscerally involving trip through one energetically aimless male psyche but makes less sense of the ride than it seems to intend.
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