A family of four takes a hip young couple along on a week-end drive to the cottage. Along the way they eat, talk and theorize on life, art and love. A comedic journey using a series of exotic travelogues as background all filmed using front screen projection.
“An inventive, enigmatic, and frequently funny work.” “This deadpan, denaturalized comedy takes on art, commerce, desire, gender conflict and the nature of fiction itself.” Geoff Pevere, The Toronto Star
“… a fascinating short experimental film that playfully tortures us with one of those dreaded family pilgrimages to Dad’s summer retreat. …the road trip from hell in which everything uttered means the world…and no one hears a thing. A delicious depiction of the darker side of expression.”
Karen Walton, The Edmonton Bullet