A chain-smoking trouble-maker enters a poetry contest at a local café, where he faces off against some heavy hitters including a handsome easy-going favorite. In the café, he makes friends with a blonde, who has relationship commitment problems and a political activist, who has another more personal secret. The film stays at the café and relies on its wordsmithing to keep the audience involved.
John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
sight. smell. taste. touch. word.
Did You Know?
Jean-Luc and Sabrina, the two six-foot steel sculptures adorning the Verses stage, were created by production designer and Los Angeles sculptor Cynthia Minet. See more