'Mutual Appreciation,' New from Director Bujalski Funny Ha Ha, the first film by 29-year-old director Andrew Bujalski, made a lot of critics top 10 lists in 2004 -- quite a feat for a film made with a minimal crew, a loose script, and the director's friends. Bujalski’s new film, Mutual Appreciation, features Justin Rice, lead singer for the indie pop band Bishop Allen. Now playing in New York and Los Angeles, it will open in more cities this fall.

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'Mutual Appreciation,' New from Director Bujalski

'Mutual Appreciation,' New from Director Bujalski

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Funny Ha Ha, the first film by 29-year-old director Andrew Bujalski, made a lot of critics top 10 lists in 2004 — quite a feat for a film made with a minimal crew, a loose script, and the director's friends. Bujalski’s new film, Mutual Appreciation, features Justin Rice, lead singer for the indie pop band Bishop Allen. Now playing in New York and Los Angeles, it will open in more cities this fall.

Justin Rice, an indie rock star, stars as an aspiring indie rock star in Mutual Appreciation. hide caption

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