This film is very inventive; it makes you want to watch it again because things are coming at you so fast, you know you probably missed something. It’s a romance story spanning twelve years set in the far future. Two dissimilar people, Molli (Zosia) and Max (Aristotle), who you know are right for each other, can’t get on the same page.
Each goes through many changes, Max from nerdy guy to media star, Molli from self-absorbed ditsy girl to cult member, all the while each is growing in understanding about what is essential in life. One of the characters tended to mumble, but overall a fun trip to the future and a unique, well-written, acted film.
Directed, written and produced by Michael Luke Litwak
Zosia Mamet (star of the series Girls, daughter of David Mamet and Lindsay Crouse)
Aristotle Athari (from Saturday Night Live, who has directed more than acted)