Person to Person

Synopsis: Follows a variety of New York characters as they navigate personal relationships and unexpected problems over the course of one day.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Dustin Guy Defa
Production: Magnolia Pictures
  5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
84 min


Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan,

that kind of stuff.

So you probably

never listen to metal?

Um, no.


It's not for everybody.

I mean, you can put it on

if you want. You listen to it.

- Phil:
I'll play a softer one.

- Okay.

This is actually my band.

We're called cock killer.

I play bass.

Morning, ray.

Hey, I got a big day going here.

I might be on a big score.

"Bird blows the blues,"

Charlie Parker,

a red vinyl. Real beauty.

Hey, I got a new shirt.

It's a nice shirt,

but I don't know

if it's my style.

What do you think?

- It looks good on you.

- Yeah, we'll see.

I didn't clean the fridge.



I didn't clean the fridge.



I love you.

You're my good friend,

but you can't spend your

whole life on the couch.

You gotta promise me

you're gonna leave

the house today.

Even just a walk

around the block.

I can do that.

Good. Go take a shower,

take a walk.

We got fresh towels.

I washed the towels.

I said I could wash

my own towels.

I was washing the towels,

so I washed yours, too.

No problem.

Next time, you wash 'em.

Okay, thanks, Benny.

All right.

I'm gonna get us some coffees,

get us up on our feet.

Uh, two coffees.

Hey, what do you think

of this shirt I'm wearing here?

It's a good shirt.

Yeah, it's a good shirt.

I'd call it very fine.

But what matters is,

you know, how it fits me.

What it says about me.

Hey, Jo-Jo. What do you think

about the shirt on Ben?

It's a good shirt.

Obviously good shirt,

but am I supposed to be

wearing this shirt?

I think so.

Okay, that helps.

If you're telling

the truth, that helps.

You should wear that shirt.

It look good on you.

All the time.

That's all I hear, is just

daddy this and daddy that.

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