Sam Ray May says “This is a very prom-themed song” ten times in his intimate scenes after the independent New York premiere. therapy dog At Public Records last night (3/8), there was actually a prom-themed night about the movie’s high school scene. therapy dog Not romantic though Its humor lies in playfulness and heavy irony. – Writer/Director Ethan Ing and co-author Justin Morris Feel free to accept the pent up energy and nervousness that drives the project.
therapy dog difficult to categorize Filmed in guerilla style at Justin and Ethan’s high school in suburban Toronto under the guise of yearbook videos. But with high acrobatic stunts. Tense drama, action sequences, documented footage, and an overall sense of recklessness in the soul. Project sans serif titles on a colorful background with text such as “Bad ideas are better with friends” or “FUCK U JAYDEN” to mark chapters. Some are twisted just for fun. (Masked men beat their friend Kyle until he joins a street gang. or the sound of Ethan going to a strip club asking for a date through a pornographic video game). It tells the story of the pain and clarity of the movie’s coming of age. We follow another friend named Kevin through chapters. from a night on the town on LSD to his performances in school plays. to the jazz band to his ambition to go to Los Angeles. which is unlikely to meet the target The movie repeatedly resides in its darkest and most uncomfortable moments. Long enough to make you feel like leaving. then pulls back and spits out dark humor as if to say “It’s not that deep.” What else, therapy dog Has a knack for making poignant words out of the unspoken. “Teenagers do better than they talk,” Ethan later explained.
The film was dutifully rated by teen suicide, the project of Sam Ray. There is also a soundtrack by Body Show Morgan’s Powerand another band of Sam Ricky eats acidEthan contacted Sam on Twitter to use the song. later said that “He plays a very good lo-fi sound.” therapy dog Share feelings of intense nostalgia and unhappy and not sad qualities. Sam fully agrees.
after the screening Sam takes the stage in a small room. for a rare solo performance His solo vocals and electric guitar give the set a bedroom punk quality. He has played some of the songs used in the film, including “haunt me x 3” as well as rare tracks “VIP” and “possession (quiet)”. Skeeter Davis’ “The World,” The Bee Gees’ “I Started A Joke,” and Roy Orbison’s “Crying,” bespoke to the audience and Sam’s wife. Sam gently teases with the crowd and with Kitty while tweaking or ripping between songs gracefully. Add intimacy to the evening. in log step with therapy dogSam’s performance is unceremonious but remarkably catchy. Check out the full setlist with trailers for therapy dogbelow.
therapy dog It has additional NYC screenings March 9-11 at Alamo Drafthouse Lower Manhattan and March 15-19 at Roxy Cinema. The film is available digitally on March 17 and on Blu-Ray on June 30.
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Setlist: Sam Ray at Public Records, 3/8/2023
“We found two dead swans full of flowers.”
“I Will Always Love You (Ending)”
“The End of the World” (covering Skeeter Davis)
“I Started a Joke” (Bee Gees cover)
“It’s a pop song.”
“Haunt me x 3”
“Crying” (cover Roy Orbison)