|June 23, 2018||5:45 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
You are what you eat.
In this dark comedy an earnest sobriety coach is tasked with keeping a headstrong, alcoholic actor off the sauce and out of his costar’s bed for the duration of a film shoot.
Sarah, a disabled girl aged about 20, lives with her parents. She is increasingly subject to many fantasies and sees her sexuality taking up more and more of her attention.
An anger management group provides a young woman with an unexpected career opportunity where her rage may be more of an asset than a liability.
A fussy writer battles his large ego and high expectations to create a work of art.
When Knut-Ronny receives a letter from the Library of God stating his life isn't important enough to be included in the Holy Collection, he sets out to prove his worth.
Adapted from a Gogol short story, a lonely social outcast gets a glimpse of what life is like for someone popular (and well dressed), and cannot let it go, even in death.
|Running Time:||89 minutes|