Modern living is held up for target practice in this series of shorts.
Whether you reside in the hood or are surrounded by strip malls,
you will see a bit of yourself in all these stories.
DELUSIONS IN MODERN PRIMITIVISM: Bored with his tattoos and
piercings, Jerome looks for an alternative form of body modification.
MEAN PEOPLE SUCK: A snot. A jock. A rebel. None of them is
exactly nice, but they get what they deserve. VELOCITY RULES: A
housewife discovers that she is actually a superhero and must choose
between a life of excitement and glamour or her good old boy husband
whom she still loves. CHAPERONE: The story of Dorrie, a straitlaced
midwestern woman who is asked to escort her 15-year-old
niece on a first date. WHOA: An urban opera about a man at the
wrong place at the wrong time. COPY SHOP: The story of a man who
works in a copy shop and copies himself until he fills the whole world.
PASSENGERS: In a grim metropolis, a feather lands on an unsuspecting
head, triggering a momentary connection in a train full of
strangers. THE PARLOR: A group of strangers in a waiting room pass
the time with flirtation, antagonism and deceit. -Shaz Bennett