Eddie Mullins USA / 2013 / 91:36 minutes US Premiere
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Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Eddie Mullins, Justin Rice, Leo Fitzpatrick, Brian Charles Johnson, Laura Campbell
Eddie Mullins takes living off of the grid to a whole new level with his feature debut Doomsdays, a self-proclaimed “pre-apocalyptic comedy” starring Justin Rice and Leo Fitzpatrick as low-budget vandals with little regard for the law. Dirty Fred and Bruho are a tag team of criminal house-hoppers who find themselves with more than they bargained for when a disenchanted teenager and indignant young woman join them in their shenanigans. The pair of newcomers unintentionally reveal to Fred and Bruho that the feeling of family doesn’t necessitate a home and the feeling of home doesn’t necessitate settling, but that both can be found within the company you keep.
Freeloading through high-end Catskills vacation homes forces the group to acknowledge feelings and morals that they otherwise would have never recognized. Perhaps most importantly, the pair come to recognize that isolating themselves from the death-grip of society does little in the face of compassion and companionship, two side-products of our troubled world that are well worth keeping. –Chandra Knotts
Eddie Mullins was the film critic at Blackbook for eight years where he penned a monthly print column and a daily blog, Deep Focus. He has also contributed to Films in Review, Slant, and Hustler. Doomsdays is his first feature.
Cast/Featuring: Justin Rice, Leo Fitzpatrick, Brian Charles Johnson, Laura Campbell
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