A vibrant Pixar-inspired montage (think the marriage sequence in Up) in which a mother, unable to confront the heartbreak of her son leaving for college, delays his departure by making him ... See full summary »
In a series of clinical tableau comprising a sort of apocalyptic travelogue of the LA streets, an aggressive homeless man berates the viewer regarding the circumstances of his life and the wrongness of everything.
Sci-fi. Set in a psychiatrist's office, Dr. Wolf (played by Ruben Rabasa), where he is conversing with Megan McPherson (played by Josie Martineaux1an affordability accumulator (AA), suspected of being a prostitute. Her name is anonymous, because the controlling corporates -- banks and pharmaceuticals have stolen her identity and assigned her a number. 'anonymous (street meat)' is what people become when they drink Hellsy Sip and lose their identity to a small priestly caste of seers with access to the ultimate source of knowledge, and the rest of humanity simply tools in their vast schemes. The future could be a digitally supercharged version of the distant past: ancient Egypt multiplied by the power of Facebook. Producer/Director/Writer Migdia Chinea, UCLA MFA Theater, Film,Television and Digital Media. Spring 2012Written by