Jury prize winner for the 2010 Adrenaline Film Project, sponsored by the Cinema Pacific Film Festival. All films were conceived, written, shot, and edited in 72 hours, with a running time between 3-5 minutes and had to include a compass as a prop and the line of dialogue, "what goes around...". Directed by Douglas Rice.
In this homage to 1960s French New Wave Cinema, we follow Damien, a neo-bohemian painter who is experiencing a severe case of ennui. He and his valet reflect on the relationship between art and work and the purpose of both in daily life. Written, directed, edited, and mixed by Douglas Rice.