Peanut (5:20) / I’ve Got You Beat (5:28) / A Different Kind of Animal (10:58) / This Is What I Look Like Naked (11:42) / A Single Evening (12:50) / Making Michael Chang (14:29) / Windblown (20:20)
Total Time: 101:07 (1 hour, 41 minutes, 7 seconds)
After learning he has an abnormally small brain, John is prescribed a gun to kill himself. Unfortunately, he learns a gunshot to the head is not quite sufficient for his affliction.
After the worst day of his life, Greg meets Jenny on a park bench where they engage in a little game of "Who had the worst day?"
An offbeat NYC dog walker fears that one of her clients—a dog—might be in danger. As the owner’s behavior towards the pet and and the dog walker worsens, she must decide whether to protect the dog or herself.
Zoe, a burnt-out DJ at a small karaoke dive bar in Brooklyn, is shocked to discover the newest song added to the bars karaoke queue is one performed by Nevin, a childhood friend of hers. As customers pour into Karaoke Night to sing the latest hit, Zoe reflects on her friendship with Nevin, where we learn the song was inspired by an old inside joke theirs.
Innovative New Jersey artist, Ricardo Roig, races against time to create a four-story mural honoring the 20th-anniversary of Michael Chang's unexpected 1989 French Open victory.
After the unexpected death of her brother, Beth Reeves seeks solace in her family’s New England cottage. What seems at first like a quiet retreat quickly proves deceptive and dangerous.
Windblown challenges the classic adage, “find what you love and let it kill you”. And proves that grief... is a bitch.