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20 Years of Madness

Jeremy Royce
United States, 2015, 90 min.

In English.
Includes nudity and adult language.

When the founder of a mid-90s Public Access TV show in Detroit reunites the eccentric cast after 20 years to make a new episode, he discovers that most of his childhood friends are struggling with issues ranging from mental illness to drug addiction. They are forced to take a hard look at their relationships and reconcile their teenage dreams with the realities of adulthood.

Director's Statement

Jeremy Royce is based in Los Angeles, California. He earned an M.F.A. in Film Production from the USC School of Cinematic Arts in 2013. Royce currently works as a freelance cinematographer and director. His work reflects a passion for stories of outsiders and people on the fringe of society.

Category: Documentary.
Themes: Community, Friendship, Relationships.

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