Dicks & Dragons

Your Highness

by Vadim Rizov

A decade ago, when David Gordon Green was racking up Terrence Malick comparisons for the mumbled voiceovers and magic-hour fields in his feature debut George Washington, it wasn’t obvious that he’d eventually gravitate towards stoner comedies. A clue to his future direction came at the end of his 2003 sophomore film All the Real Girls, a schizoid emo romance that ends with romantic antihero Paul Schneider talking to his dog like an idiot. Clearly, goofy humor strained for release amid all the intense emotions and rapturous landscapes.

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