ABOUT THE PROJECT
Against the backdrop of a small post-punk music festival, dozens of thirty-somethings deal with a wide variety of social and philosophical issues in their respective lives, from missing guitars to generational angst and premature ejaculation.
SYNOPSIS / DESCRIPTION
The overarching plot (or lack thereof) takes place over the course of one day, before and during an imitate post-punk music festival. The story focuses on no particular protagonist but an influx of interconnected characters (musicians, groupies, fanatics) from all walks of life having discussions about music, romance, and facing artistic and existential dilemmas.
As the festival’s program unravels this large colorful cast of characters increasingly cross paths and delve into what it means to be in your thirties and shun society’s rules, to be a struggling artist who can’t get a clean break, and how to embrace challenges in order to give one's life meaning, because otherwise it’s like you don’t even exist.
GENRE Narrative Feature
DIRECTOR Michael Cuenca
PRODUCER Michael Cuenca, Joshua Levion
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