reż|dir Thomas Wirthensohn | AT, US | 2014 | 83 min
prod|pro Wolfgang Ramml, Karol Martesko-Fenster scen|wr Thomas Wirthensohn zdj|ph Thomas Wirthensohn muz|mus Kyle Eastwood, Matt McGuire mon|ed Josh Cramer, Thomas Wirthensohn ob|cast Mark Reay dys|dis Cargo Film & Releasing
From all outside appearances, Mark seems to have the glamorous New York City life that many would envy. Handsome and always impeccably dressed, the former male model works as a fashion photographer. In the evening, however, he heads to the East Village— not to an overpriced loft, but to a hidden corner of a rooftop to sleep each night. Thomas Wirthensohn exposes the dark underbelly of the American Dream in an often-merciless city. How far are we from losing everything, even our homes? How often do we have to pretend that everything is fine in order to keep up the facade of being a well-off member of society? And how far do we go to take the financial pressure off our shoulders to live a more carefree life, a life we aspire to live?