As any young person knows, more than ever, it’s hard out there for a pimp…..wait, no……that’s not how it goes. Okay, got it, it’s hard out there for a millennial. While it might not have the same ring and pop as the hit Three 6 Mafia song, it’s something that most post-college grads can relate to, unless you’re pimp, and if that’s the case, please see above comment.
“Stuck” is an indie film going into production in Spring 2014 with filming taking place in the greater Boston, MA-area. Directed, written, and produced by Angela Palladino, “Stuck” tells the story about a group of millennial “stuck” in their small town after college. I’m sure there are many of us that can relate to this. There is nothing worse than leaving the safety of college only to thrust into the real world with little to no direction on what the next step should be.
With an experienced cast and crew, Ms. Palladino is trying to convey the frustrations and worries that all twenty-somethings have in this story that I might call “The Anti-Girls.” Sure, some of us might be able to relate to the antics that Lena Dunham and her friends get into on the hit HBO show “Girls” but “Stuck” shows the angst juxtaposed against the hopes and dreams that we all have, along with the relationships we have with friends and lovers.
Inspired by films such as “Tiny Furniture,” “Drinking Buddies,” and “Garden State,” “Stuck” could very well be the millennial’s “Reality Bites” or “Singles.”
We at Simplistic Reviews fully support Independent Film and are happy to be working with Ms. Palladino in supporting “Stuck.” There are numerous ways to help this Indie feature, but checking “Stuck’s” Indiegogo page is a great way to start. During the production we will bring you exclusive production details of “Stuck” along with interviews from the director (Angela Palladino), cast, and crew.
Check out the links below to see how you can get “Stuck.”