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From the creators of The Land of College Prophets comes the dramedy Everything Moves Alone "Like Sideways meets the Garden State"-IMDB. Everything Moves Alone opens in a sleepy New England town where Scotch (Philip Guerette), a recently discharged soldier, arrives at a bus depot with the vague plan of crashing with his long-estranged older brother. Scotch spies a creepy yet interesting character stealing luggage (Thomas Edward Seymour), who then offers Scotch a ride into town if he will assist in dropping dirt and a frog-shaped flower pot into another man's car. Scotch, who is clearly several cards short of a full deck, complies and immediately earns the wrath of the car owner McDunley (Matt Ford), a bearish sourpuss who runs the local video store and who has a mysterious long-running feud with Anderson, the luggage-thief who quickly becomes Scotch's new best friend. "It is a complex picture of small town life." Hollywood is Burning film reviews.