P.S. -- Film Review
A cranky repairman and his footloose and fancy-free brother are at the heart of this extremely modest Uzbek drama, "P.S," wherein simmering resentment, petty jealousy and the weight of familial duty make up the formula for domestic tragedy.
Though hampered by an obviously small budget, middling production values and some utter howlers in the subtitles, "P.S" could find life on the festival circuit, particularly those actively seeking voices from the former Soviet republics. An art house release is out of the question unless the producers can miraculously come up with a superior print.
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