Neighbors, man, amirite? Can’t live near ‘em, can’t just crush their skulls. In Laura Colella‘s lo-fi charmer, Breakfast With Curtis, young Curtis finds some unexpected friends in his hippie neighbors over the course of one summer. Of course, the exclusive clip from the film that we’ve got for you below happens to take place before those friendships come together, but it can only serve to show just how remarkable the eventual bonds truly are. Yeah, they’re not quite pals yet, but we’ll just have to see how that all hashes out.

Colella’s film is a true indie film, one that was filmed in her own house and uses her own friends, neighbors, and housemates to make up most of her cast. That sort of love just has to flow into the finished product. Check out our exclusive clip and poster from Breakfast With Curtis after the break, along with screening information for the film, which will have its World Premiere at LAFF this week.

Breakfast With Curtis will have its World Premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 17th at 640PM with an additional screening on June 20th at 810PM.

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