Slice-of-life comedic film about the "other side of Generations X & Y" - the non-Slackers (or people who work) - five friends from college, now in their late 20s, and their different attitudes towards their work and their personal lives at points of transition in their lives, both personally and professionally. Some are temps, some aren't, but they're all dealing with a workplace impelled by turnover and increasing corporate hegemony. Raised in a basically privileged world of middle-class America - and always told they could do and be anything - these characters are challenged both by having so many options, and by their quests for perfection. This generation is the first one that cannot live better than its parents: a job is no longer a life-long career choice. In today's world that pressures workers to sacrifice their personal lives for "success," the five learn that, although life is full of compromises, they can find fulfillment. ALLY works as a "long-term temp" to insure time for... Written by
A film about the "other" side of Generations X&Y -- or people who work.
Did You Know?
You shouldn't get so worked up over a couple of dollars.
I had water and a slice of pizza. I shouldn't have to pay fifteen dollars! It's always the people who have the most money who somehow don't notice they regularly order more than anyone else, and don't end up paying for it.
You go to movies all the time and then you complain about spending money on eating?
That's my work. Food is not my priority.
Toscanini's Ice Cream (donated ice cream every day for the crew). See more
Written by Simon Taufique
and Giorgio Zeolla See more