DIRECTED BY ADAM BOWERS
Sponsored by The Governor’s Office of Film & Entertainment
Wendell is a neurotic twenty-something with no foreseeable future. So naturally he jumps recklessly into a relationship with angry drunk Vicky, who shares his lack of ambition and cleanliness. But just around the corner is kind social worker Joanna, who invites Wendell into a world of activism where people actually care about things. A not-so-typical love triangle ensues, and Wendell eventually has to decide who he really belongs with, the best girl he’s ever known—or the worst. Adam Bowers produces, writes, directs, edits, and stars in this laugh-out-loud debut feature, shot and set in our own Gainesville, Florida, and arriving fresh from its screenings in the “NEXT” section at Sundance. This post-modern anti-romantic comedy pops off the screen with hilarious situations, razor-sharp dialogue, and a punk aesthetic. But after the laughter dies down, you can’t help asking yourself the same questions: who do I really belong with; and who am I really, under all my neuroses?