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Topic - Joe Swanberg
"Drinking Buddies" is a comedy about blurring the line between work friendship and budding romance. And when you work in a brewery _ and partake of your product as often as you can _ that line gets even blurrier.
Here's a dream come true for cash-strapped filmmakers: A billion-dollar movie budget.
"The film grew to its size really organically," he said. "There wasn't a concerted effort to make something bigger; it's just that this was a story that I wanted to tell and then, as the actors came on board, the budget grew."
An avid home-brewer, he said he picked up more than a few choice tips during shooting.