An understated look at a young fella who owes his landlord $2,500. Landlord is played by Alex Karpovsky from Girls, marking his second collaboration with director Stephen Gurewitz, after 2012's excellent Marvin Seth and Stanley, one of our recent faves. Life in Between is short+sweet & confirms Gurewitz as one of the more under-appreciated young directors out there. There's dark in the spaces where Marvin Seth and Stanley was light. And it's mostly quiet until a memorable final sequence to the tunes of Neil Diamond. The man in debt is another no budge favorite, Beck DeRobertis, who specializes in quip-y strangeness in his own films, like Red Lobster and Super Freak on VHS, but he adds some gravity here as a desperate man in need of a loan and some affection. NoBudge recently screened Life in Between as part of the Northside Film Festival and we're thrilled to present it here as an Online Premiere. (8 minutes).