Meet SnagFilms Filmmakers: Russell Bailey's 'Barmy' is a Comedy About Independence

Meet SnagFilms Filmmakers: Russell Bailey's 'Barmy' is a Comedy About Independence
Los Angeles based first-time filmmaker Russell Bailey created the smart, charming indie dramedy "Barmy" on modest means. The film tells the story of a stubborn cartoonist forced to give up his independence and open himself up to the possibility of romance. The film is available to view now on SnagFilms (and below). What it's really about: It's all too common to get caught up in the ideal of being self-reliant. By trying to live at this standard as productive "individuals," most people live very isolated lives, unaware of the beauty of community around them. That's what this story is about – Charlie Atwood (Napoleon Ryan), who lives a self-reliant lifestyle to the extreme until he is in a car-bicycle collision. Charlie is forced to face his worst fear: the complete loss of independence. Through his struggle of being confined to a full-leg cast and virtually immobile, Charlie must reevaluate his thought process,
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