Noise Pop Film Festival 2010: All My Friends Are Funeral Singers

Directed by musician Tim Rutili, All My Friends Are Funeral Singers is an endearing, intermittently amusing first film. Girl, Interrupted and May actress Angela Bettis stars as Zel, a thirty-something fortune teller who lives in a haunted house. In place of unavenged murder victims or malevolent poltergeists, Zel is haunted by indie rockers, and Rutili's band Califone spends a good deal of time onscreen, sporting beyond-the-grave all-white togs and faraway looks. There are also a number of other ghosts in the house, each with their own story (and all-white outfit). We are meant to believe that they hail from different [...]

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