The film made its U.S. premiere at the 2011 Nashville Film Festival and screened here once more as part of Vanderbilt's "International Lens" series. But it's well worth setting the DVR for its airing at 3:30 a.m. tonight on the Cinemax offshoot Moviemax (Ch. 364 on Comcast locally). You'll see great location work ranging from Wendell Smith's restaurant to Melrose Billiards to Printers Alley (some of which you'll see below in the trailer); the city given a fond nightworld glow by DP Ashley Zeiger; and remarkably good supporting turns by Light and Sound Machine programmer James Cathcart, The Belcourt's Elle Long and Cheap Time frontman Jeffrey Novak.
In the meantime, read this 2011 piece Fuguet wrote for the Scene about his experiences making the movie, his complicated relationship to Robert Altman's Nashville, and why he wanted his main character to "film [the city] not as a tourist, but as someone who has a total crush on it." Like the movie, it'll give you a completely different view of your surroundings.