In a search for a semblance of stability, three neurotic characters get thrown to the wolves in a world ruled by muscle and the number of reps. To gym owner Trevor, stability means financial success, while stability to his top trainer Kat equals getting her personal life in order. Millionaire Danny just wants to get in shape and stability connotes beating boredom. Director Andrew Bujalski riffs on the romantic comedy formula in an uproarious and ironic script that sees their lives converge. As that convergence brings bedlam, their frustration-filled chaotic monologues multiply, a touchstone of Bujalski's films. The road to love is exceedingly bumpy, though, as insightfully noted by IndieWire, [e]ventually, "Results" arrives at the perception that the search for happiness holds less value than the ability to appreciate small, quietly appealing moments in the midst of a generally confusing reality. That's Bujalski's whole career in a nutshell.
(b. 1977 in Boston) He is a director, screenwriter, actor and a seminal figure of American independent cinema, earning him the nickname of Godfather of Mumblecore. He debuted in 2002 with the film Funny Ha Ha. "The New York Times" listed his sophomore effort, Mutual Appreciation,among the best films of 2005. Bujalski's realism and tendency toward improvisation evoke comparisons to films by John Cassavetes. Bujalski lectures at universities in Boston and Austin.
2002 Funny Ha Ha
2005 Z wzajemnością / Mutual Appreciation
2009 Wosk pszczeli / Beeswax
2013 Computer Chess