2003, Chris Shepherd
A jumbled, disjointed series of flashbacks reveal the relationship between two friends, one of whom goes off the deep end after his father dies. Although it presents memories in a realistic way, it's a bit too fragmented and distorted to follow; it also doesn't help that the narrator's accent makes him almost unintelligible.
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