After an acquaintance gets signed to a major label, two townies try to cook up their own path to success. “Sharon 66,” directed by Jordan Tetewsky and Joshua Pikovsky, is a quietly funny, weirdo slice-of-life portrait of life in a small town for two mid 20’s underachievers. Benjy wanders around Sharon, Massachusetts, shooting the shit, sometimes with an older gentleman named Avram (who he sells drugs to), and sometimes with his friend and would-be musical collaborator. When word comes down that Chris Daken has found success in the music biz, Benjy and his bud experience a moment of motivation (“we should get together every fucking day this week and work on shit”), but they struggle to turn inspiration into action. The film is true slacker cinema that perfectly encapsulates low energy ambitions / delusions, and the inciting jealousies, resentments (“that guy’s a fucking idiot”), and rationalizations that make it all possible. We previously featured Tetewsky and Pikovsky with their recent release, “Bergmensch,” and before that, with Tetewsky’s “Bolue Vience.” -KA. Directors: Jordan Tetewsky and Joshua Pikovsky. Cinematography and Editing: Jordan Tetewsky. Sound: Joshua Pikovsky. Producer: Jake Stern. Sound Mixing: Somepoint Sound (Drummond Dominguez-Kincannon and Ethan Gustavson). Starring Benjy Mello-Klein (holeminer), Jeremy Wise, Avram Tetewsky, Jay Stern, Marlee Rosenthal.