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    Menthol

    When four friends reunite for a night of fun, a random moment of violence forces them to confront the consequences of their lifestyles.

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    Menthol

    Directed by Micah Van Hove 2014 84 min
    Four male twenty-somethings spend twenty-four hours reliving their high school glory days. The drugs, video games, and boozing ends in a moment of terrible violence in this bleak and unflinching portrait of 21st Century male nihilism. The debut feature from director Micah Van Hove.

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    Menthol

    Four male twenty-somethings spend twenty-four hours reliving their high school glory days. The drugs, video games, and boozing ends in a moment of terrible violence in this bleak and unflinching portrait of 21st Century male nihilism. The debut feature from director Micah Van Hove.

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