"A pretty funny character study, a shambling ode to the fine art of hanging out."
"A lazy, Memphis afternoon of a movie... Team Picture creates a world and the lives in it and wisely leaves them all hanging."
"Audley's studious avoidance of rhetorical heightening reveals a complex world on the other side of the programmatic conflicts and patterned intensification of mainstream filmmaking."
• Director commentary with contributions from co-star Timothy Morton
• Ginger Sand: a new epilogue to Team Picture
• and he just comes around and dances with you: a short film by Kentucker Audley
• Music Performances by Kentucker Audley and Timothy Morton
• Deleted scenes
• Original theatrical trailer
• PLUS: "Room For More Than One Enjoyer," an all-new critical essay by Filmmaker Magazine journalist Nick Dawson
From Memphis to Chicago to somewhere in Arkansas, Kentucker Audley's homegrown debut Team Picture is a deadpan comic odyssey about that moment before adulthood when you don't need an excuse to quit your job, only the next five minutes matter, and sometimes you fall for the wrong girls... shucks!
Praised as one of Filmmaker Magazine's 25 New Faces of Independent Film, Audley stars as an aimless young musician who passively floats through his own life, most days spent writing songs or lounging by the kiddie pool in the yard. Along with his self-proclaimed "tall guy with a really cool personality" of a roommate (Timothy Morton), these awkwardly hilarious neo-slackers just go with the flow, even in the throes of a break-up, a brand new fling, or an open-mic performance. The Boston Phoenix calls it "a lazy, Memphis afternoon of a movie... Team Picture creates a world and the lives in it and wisely leaves them all hanging."
• 62 Minutes
• Dolby Digital 2.0
• 1.33:1 aspect ratio
• In English
• NTSC Region 0
• Release Date: August 26th, 2008
• UPC: 793573513694
• SRP $21.95