“Wonderfully entertaining… richly and darkly comic.”
“Recalls Woody Allen… and the hangdog wryness of Bill Murray.”
The lazy man’s guide to eternal life...
It’s humanity’s greatest open secret: that death will take every last one of us.* But one desperate procrastinator—forty years old and faced with his embarrassing lack of accomplishment—refuses to go gently. The terrifying fact of his own impermanence compels this obsessive would-be writer to figure out a way to cheat death. There’s got to be a loophole. And he’s going to find it if it kills him.
A comedy of existential dread
An official selection of the
2004 New York International Fringe Festival
PLUS: THE ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY THAT INSPIRED IT
A semifinalist for the
Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences’ 1993 Nicholl Fellowship
*Line stolen from Chris Adrian