US Indies • 1h 25m
Directed by Joel Potrykus • Drama • With Joshua Burge, Gary Bosek, Daniel Falicki • 2013 • 86 minutes
Trevor Newandyke is a struggling comedian and a pyromaniac. Not only does he bomb on stage, but he bombs in everyday life. He's fed up with threats from the cable company, Slurpee price hikes and all the jerks who think they can push him around. All he wants is a break. But instead of getting himself together or taking his anger to the stage, he turns to the loud din of his headphones and the crackling glow of fire to ease his mind.
"A biting, sometimes droll look at the allure of humiliation... joltingly clever." —The New York Times
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