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‘Linoleum’ is far more fascinating than its namesake

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A man in a makeshift astronaut suit stands next to a woman in a long-sleeve button-down shirt, with the front door of their house in the background.
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Jim Gaffigan (left) and Rhea Seehorn in "Linoleum."

Every week, Kristopher Pollard from Milwaukee Film and Radio Milwaukee’s Dori Zori talk about movies — because that’s what you do when you’re Cinebuds.

This week, we talk about Linoleum! This is a film recently emerging from the festival circuit and now finding a life on streaming platforms. Starring the popular stand-up comedian Jim Gaffigan, the film is listed as a comedy, but we found it to be more of a warped reality with a Donnie Darko-esque kind of vibe.

We go through all the elements that make this movie an impressive story and one with solid influences. For those who've seen it already, stick around after the credits for a classic "Spoily Edish" (or Spoiler Edition, for the classy, non-abbreviators out there).

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