"Drive-Through" weaves together several eclectic story lines to embrace the beauty and power of storytelling as a medium. It's a look at how people use and misuse, storytelling to interact with one another. "Drive-Through" is a self-reflexive motion picture that embraces film, the internet and other technological marvels of this information age to express how storytelling has evolved. "Drive-Through" is a study of the human condition - we are all connected by the stories we tell and by the mundane things in life that we do in life, we "drive through" life, oblivious to the people around us who share so much in common; shopping for groceries, pumping gas, paying our bills and getting drive-thru fast food. Written by
There's always two sides to the story.
1 January 2014 (Canada)
See more »
Budget: CAD 20,000
See more »
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
See full technical specs
Did You Know?
In the scene that takes place on a 'film set', a motorcycle can be seen in the background. Producer Joey Salmingo
rode that bike to the shoot that day and was involved in a motorcycle accident sending him 3 feet into the air and severely damaging the bike. He was hospitalized and then walked with a limp and cane for months - and (what probably hurt most), came nearly $7,000 CAD out of pocket for the repair of the motorcycle, which, belonged to a friend of his. See more