Comedy, 28 min. | Directed by Andrew Greer
In this screwball indie comedy, a sullen teenage boy (Andrew Greer) is dying for a permanent solution to get away from his meddling parents (Chris Holliday, Gene Ardor) and the oppressive miseries of life. But he can't even do that right. Not even in his dreams.
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 2011 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival
About the Director:
Andrew Greer is a Brooklyn-born actor, writer, and director. He graduated from Emerson College with a BFA in acting. His theatre company, The Troupe Theatre has had productions in the New York International Fringe Festival, The Lower East Side Festival, The Living Theatre and Manhattan Repertory Theatre. Andrew co-founded Peer Pressure, a family-friendly sketch comedy group that ran from 2008-2009 at the Broadway Comedy Club. His suicide comedy “Me, Who?” premiered at the Anthology Film Archives' New Filmmakers Series and screened at the first Art of Brooklyn Film Festival in 2011.