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Keith Poulson and Nick Offerman in the film, "Somebody Up There Likes Me." Credit: Tribeca Film

INDIEWATCH: ‘Somebody’ a deadpan look at immortality

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“Somebody Up There Likes Me” plays out like a modern-day, indie fable.

It follows Max (Keith Poulson) for 35 years as he stays as young as his first scene thanks to a magical suitcase that spews age-defying, glittery light.

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And what does a man with a fountain of youth do with his power?

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