Shortly after being disowned by his estranged father, Tristan is forced to live with him while dealing with roommates that refuse to grow up, a deadbeat sister and a religious mother all while falling for the girl of his dreams.
With an unclear path for life after college, Tristan Banks' journey takes some interesting twists. Shortly after being disowned by his estranged father, Wayne, the two are forced to live together. To make the situation worse, Tristan has to deal with roommates that refuse to grow up, a deadbeat sister and an overly religious mother all while falling for the girl of his dreams.Written by
In a deleted scene Wayne (Scotty Cox) and Chad (Robert Davidson) are walked in on by Tristan (Tyler Thornton)while filming a porno. The film crew is portrayed by Producer Greg Green II, Andy Westra, and Jake Heethuis. See more »
During the opening credits as the camera dollies through a crowd of party guests, a shiny board can be seen reflected in one of the kitchen windows. See more »
The movie was fun and quotable. From "sparkle tits" to "you can't let life hold you down and stick it's balls in your face." The cast seemed to work well together and actor Scotty Cox delivers a great performance in acting like a character that is completely opposite his true self. All the music used in the film is from acts local to the South West Michigan area. All the actors in the film are from South West Michigan, and are mostly stage actors. It's difficult to go from stage to film but most of the actors pull it off pretty well. All in all this low budget independent film is worth giving a look. This is the second film from this production company. The first one being "Love Cancer" which sadly is not available. Both movies are fun and quotable and you can see the progression in skills as the production company continues to mature!
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