A twenty-five year old office drone heads back to his hometown and reconnects with a carefree childhood friend in director Theodore Bezaire's existential comedy drama. Adam Stevenson (Mike Stasko) works a mundane job in a mundane office. Crushed by the overwhelming mediocrity of his uneventful life, Adam one day decides to simply pack up his belongings and return to his childhood home. Though Adam's baby boomer parents are casually indifferent to their son's return, hometown clown Mac welcomes his old buddy back with open arms and a mischievous grin. While Adam was toiling away in the office, eccentric Mac has been living it up back home and enjoying life to the fullest. It turns out a little spontaneity can go a long way in helping one maintain their happiness, and as Adam and Mac begin making a list of "things to do" that they had been dreaming about for years it all begins to come together for the aimless young slacker. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
This film isn't your normal big budget Hollywood fare, and it isn't supposed to be. This is a small scale film that delivers a simple story in an effective way. Once Mac (Daniel Wilson) hit the screen I was laughing, or at least smiling the rest of the way through. If you are into thoughtful independent films, this is one you should check out!