With a firm thumb on the pulse of modern American youth, college filmmaker Jak Kerley brings us a film about the mindset of the 20-something today. With keen understatement Vital Signs strings together glimpses at real life conversations between men and women at the outset of their adulthood, grappling with relationships, money, school, and work. Kerley presents proof positive that the intellectual striving that has sparked previous generations, despite what some may say, is alive and well in America. Written by
Put your heart where your mouth is.
Did You Know?
At the beginning of the movie Taylor is clearly shown to live in a dorm. At the end of the movie, it appears he is in a house. See more
References Pulp Fiction
On My Own
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