The story of a drug-fueled weekend in a Brooklyn apartment propelled by grief and loyalty. Lee, reeling from the death of his mother, visits the home of his old friend, Monty. Given his present state of mind (and body), it’s not a pleasant visit, at least from the perspective of Monty’s well put together wife, Virginia. This bold experiment from director Elliot Conrad roars beyond the limits of plot, creating an indelible portrait of a friendship and a marriage ramming into one other. A rousing mix of high and low art. An extended passage read from a philosophical book is followed by a fart. Drugged-out tomfoolery is scored with an elegant piece of classical music. The film never makes it outside and just as well. The company inside is fascinating, and Conrad captures the altered states in invigorating ways. (57 minutes).
Directed by Elliot Conrad. Starring Georgia Warner, Lash Dooley, and Shayne Kennon.