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Comedy A poet who starts a health-conscious food stand finds support from his friends, as well as a potential love match with one of The Happy Poet (). 22 Mar THE HAPPY POET is an all-organic, mostly vegetarian comedy about Bill, a struggling poet September 17, | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review. The Happy Poet is a film written and directed by Paul Gordon. It was shot on-location in Austin, Texas, USA. It has appeared at a number of film festivals.
19 Feb - 2 min - Uploaded by CinemaLibre Watch Now on Vimeo On Demand: For physical DVD. 8 Mar - 2 min - Uploaded by Chris Ohlson Published on Mar 8, Bill, an out-of-work poet, puts his heart, soul, and last few dollars. 18 Sep The Happy Poet This mumblecore entry sometimes sacrifices ambiguity 8, (Also in SXSW, Venice film festivals.) Running time: 85 MIN.
17 Sep The sustaining joke of “The Happy Poet,” an indie comedy written and A version of this review appears in print on September 17, , on. The Happy Poet movie reviews & Metacritic score: When Bill, the title character, secures a very small loan to start his Release Date: September 17, 12 Sep September 12, This is the eventual result of The Happy Poet, a diffident, Buy: DVD; Runtime: 85 min; Rating: NR; Year: Director. But the consistent comic tone of those earlier scenes--a gentle squirm--makes The Happy Poet a promising debut. – Mike Hale, New York Times, Sep 17, The Happy Poet. Details: , USA, 85 mins. Direction: Paul Gordon. With: Chris Doubek and Sam Wainwright Douglas.
When Bill, the title character, secures a very small loan to start his dream business--a health food stand--his struggles as an idealistic micro-business owner. 17 Mar A sweet comedy about a sad sack poet trying to open a “mostly vegetarian” food stand, writer/director/actor Paul Gordon says "The Happy Poet". 29 May One of my favorite films of SXSW – The Happy Poet – will be screening on Thursday, June 3, at pm at the Marchesa Hall. The Happy Poet, Paul Gordon's second feature film, is a deadpan comedy about delivery man), and Chris Doubek (of the Rooftop Films entry, Lovers of.