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Things were going quite well for Charlie (Kiel Stango) and his friends; T.S. (Eric D'Errico), Lucas (Josh Wills) and Dan The Man (Bobby Schultz). But when a Valentine's Day celebration takes a detour and puts them on separate paths, Charlie puts it on himself to make things right. Charlie is a stereotypical straight edge nice guy with a boy scout view on life. His friends are a a bit more mischievous when it comes to their outlook on things. T.S. has no problem showcasing his dark humor by making inappropriate jokes surrounding national tragedies, Lucas is a chauvinistic pig who takes great pleasure in tormenting anyone who gives him the chance, and Dan The Man is... well, no ones quite sure how to describe Dan other than by the short bus he takes home in the middle of the day. Aside from all of this, the one thing they've bonded over was their fear of the final frontier..... women. So when Charlie inadvertently asks out Stephanie (Emily Simmons) at the Broken Hearts Bonfire, he struggles with sharing his life between his best friends and his first girlfriend. Meanwhile, in attempt to catch up with Charlie, his friends begin interacting with Stephanie's friends and enter a world on the other side of love. As the two groups both merge and break apart, best friends begin to question whether or not they were truly ever best friends at all. It all comes to a head when Charlie ends one relationship in hopes of saving another only to find that someone wasn't holding their end of the bargain, leaving charlie on his own to make things right.
Digits blu ray includes:
Full 1920x1080 picture
Jow's Journal: Behind the Scenes of Digits
Cast + Crew Commentary
EXCLUSIVE: Director Commentary with Andrew Kosarko
**Product type is listed as DVD but disc is ONLY playable as a Blu-Ray Disc in Blu-ray players**