A lively young woman grappling with a very tough situation travels to Sequoia National Park with the intention of ending her life, but her plans are interrupted by her colorful family and an unexpected romance.
Joey Lauren Adams,
Lou Diamond Phillips
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A future-set story in which a virus has wiped out most of the human race, and those still alive have their minds linked to the Internet 24 hours a day. Here, a viral incident leads to a new world order.
David Clayton Rogers,
This is the best web series ever.* It's don't-miss, appointment web TV.
Justin Tanner writes beautifully, and the direction gives full rein to the actors' broad abilities to improvise (I think--maybe it's totally scripted, don't know.) Anyway, it's funny, suspenseful, timely, trashy, sexy, twisted, (note to self: must get a thesaurus so I can get to ten lines more easily) and always fun.
If you don't know Justin from Pot Mom or any of his other hilarious plays depicting life in the lower depths (a/k/a the life we live today), check this out and ask your local theater to produce one of his plays.
*Including Web Therapy, which is also a must-see (if it's still up).
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