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James Duval (Doom Generation, Donnie Darko) is Robert Harmon, a man drinking, drugging, and sleeping his way through the last days of print journalism in Los Angeles. As the industry tanks and the paper is sold to a corporate tycoon, Robert finds himself adrift in a world that is part Kafka, part Bret Easton Ellis.
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