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A generation piece that explores a day in the life of Alex, an
agoraphobic, who leaves her door unlocked for the dazed and confused
Influenced by Richard Linklater films like "Slacker" and "Dazed and
Confused", "Revolution Y" is a generation film. It tells a story of Alex
(23), an attractive young woman who's figured out how to live without
ever leaving her apartment. She works, shops, and eats online. The film
explores her relationships with three consecutive visitors seeking real
world guidance from someone who has long left it.
Director: Isaac Hoff (Writer/Director of
experimental Short Film, 'Spaceman', Producer of 'Howard & Zenya',
two big-budget feature films currently in pre-production, Colbert Report
intern, former IndieWire intern)
Producer: Ikey Douek (Produced Isaac's last experimental short film, 'Spaceman', former Michael Bloomberg intern)
Executive Producer: Isaac Chehebar (Wrote & Directed 'Howard &
Zenya' (Short Film) which has been recognized by local NJ Film
Editor: Meagan Rodriguez (Currently in pre-production for her own directorial debut, editing team for independent feature films)
Cinematographer: Will Mayo (Currently in post-production for his own directorial debut)
About the Production:
This film is composed of footage capturing performances from
dedicated actors who have not only stepped into their character's shoes,
but tied their own unique knots. In other words, they not only became
their assigned roles, they helped shape them. Involving the performers
in the character building process makes each statement, question, or
exclamation that much more convincing; that much more realistic.
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