In the wake of losing everything during the great recession, a twenty-something couple make a suicide pact: They will max out their credit cards and live life with reckless abandon before killing themselves.
When the B horror movie "CHAIN-FACE CLOWN" was released in 1985, no one knew the film would one day become a classic. Heralded as a cinematic "tour de force", well, at least by a select ... See full summary »
Twenty-somethings Kevin and Jennifer had the perfect lives, and nothing was going to change that... Or so they thought. When they met in college, they planned on being the next power couple. Both graduated at the top of the class, and went onto successful careers. They spoiled themselves with lavish trips to exotic locales, expensive meals, and other decadent treats. Then, the economy collapsed, and the couple lost their jobs. Life went downhill fast as they drained their savings, racked up debt, and finally lost their home. Flash forward one year later. Kevin and Jennifer live in the slums, surviving on their dwindling savings. The one time up and coming couple occupy their time by searching online employment ads and futilely searching for work. The couple languishes in their studio apartment, growing distant from each other. Jennifer escapes to far off virtual lands, playing online games. Kevin lives vicariously through his lecherous single pal Brian who texts his buddy with graphic...Written by
Production budget was under $2,000.00 (US). Film was shot on the Canon DSLRs, (5 D, 7D, and T2i) with a crew of 3, (sometimes 1) over a period of a few months on various weekends and scattered weekdays. The entire cast consists of two actors for nearly the entire film. See more »