Once upon a time, two men moved into a strange, pink apartment building in San Francisco, right next to some supremely noisy neighbors. Those noisy neighbors argued on a level that became funny to the two men, and they started recording the arguments. This documentary is the story of how those men released recordings of their neighbors. The recordings are funny for a little while, but this movie goes on way too long, and eventually becomes sullen and sort of depressing. The sounds of these guys arguing are sometimes hilarious (you can actually buy the recording on iTunes), but they get monotonous. When the movie starts dealing with all the legal ramifications of recording your neighbors, it starts taking itself too seriously and becomes rather boring.
Director: Matthew Bate
Producer: Stephen Cleary, Julie Ryan and Sophie Hyde