The Puffy Chair is an experimental film by the Douglas' brothers, (directed by Jay and written by Mark) about a road trip to buy his dad a maroon Lazyboy chair. What starts out as a simple trip gets tough for Josh (Mark Douglas) - as his girlfriend wants to come, then his brother tags along, what started as a bridge to improve his relationship with girlfriend Emily just doesn't work out.
This is a difficult film to review, as you're always trying to explain this movie to people without giving the plot away, which is EXTREMELY difficult, as very little goes on. The filming is rather limited with mainly facial shots of the characters and the quality lacks. The plot isn't bad, and the turns will probably make you yell "well, and what does that mean!?" but the emotional essence of this is rather powerful and makes you ask questions about your fidelity and whether marriage is a good next step.
The extras are excellent, with the Douglas' short movies, an interview with the boys, a 35min out-take, and more trailers you can shake a stick at.
Worth renting for sure, not sure if this is really buying material.