Reviewed by WahDee
on 15/04/2015 09:07

Gaku Hamada is charming as Naoto while Eugene Kim is undeniably funny and committed as the flawed and arrogant Sebastian, and the two have great chemistry. The film can prove surprisingly touching, considering the teen-comedy roots. Some of the themes in the film can be thought-provoking (finding yourself and racism are a few examples). Some of the comedy can be downright hilarious (the highway patrolman scene is a highlight). The Sebastian character may be very hard to sympathize with at first. The switch between comedy and drama doesn't always mix. Some of the racially motivated rants go on too long. SCORE: 7/10 (Like Sebastian himself, it has its flaws but it is an enjoyable indie comedy that's worth looking out for.)