"The Comedy" inspired walk-outs and raves alike when it premiered at this year's Sundance Festival. Critics however, were uniform in praising the not-really-a-comedy about an aging hipster in Brooklyn who pushes the limits of societal norms.

In the exclusive clip below, the movie's star, comedian Tim Heidecker, finds a bar in a predominantly black part of Brooklyn and does his best to "represent Williamsburg," which makes for a very uncomfortable scene. Let us know what you think of Heidecker's performance, and director Rick Alverson's choices.

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