“…an Irish Red Bull cocktail with a heavy splash of bitters.” — Hollywood Reporter
“A Fun and Messy Improv Delight…” — Indiewire
Five teens (the kind who thrive in the midst of chaos) break into an upper-class home. Over the course of a single night, they vandalize the place, turn it upside down and make it over in their own image. Tensions mount within the group when it appears that some of them are hiding a secret. A violent outburst looks to be just around the corner when a neighbour comes knocking.
Working from a very simple premise and free from traditional narrative constraints (much of the shoot was improvised), director Kirsten Sheridan (daughter of Jim) turns filmmaking on its head with an incisive look at today’s youth. Viewers are immediately thrown into a chaotic world that has no past or future and that teeters on the brink of violence. A brilliant and radically mysterious film that’s as surprising as it is unsettling. If you’re afraid of young people today, you should be even more afraid of a world without them.