Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Punch Drunk Love (2002)


I love most of Paul Thomas Anderson's films, Boogie Nights, in particular.  But Punch Drunk Love felt like a misfire to me.  It can't entirely be Adam Sandler's fault though, the script seemed too short and on the nose for Anderson's usual work.

First up is the warehouse where Barry works.   In the first picture is a fellow I met while visiting this location who was working there at the time and got a bit part in the film...

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Exterior of the warehouse....

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A closer shot...

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Here is the view from the warehouse doors towards the street....


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A view to the left of the warehouse...

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And the view of the street where Barry sees the surreal car flipover....





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The garage next door...


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The exterior of the restaurant and walk back to the car location....








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The 99-cents store across from the bank....


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The ATM where they force Barry to get money....



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Now finding Barry's apartment was going to be tough, but luckily I was able to discern a few letters on a street sign in the background and was able to locate it.   Here is the apartment followed by point of view from the garage....







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And the buildings across the street and down the way....





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