GENERATION WRECKS

By Kevin T. MORALES

FUTUREGRAPH ENTERTAINMENT - as PROD

LGBT - Completed 2021

Set in 1994, Stacy, a popular cheerleader, is determined to repair a broken relationship with her former friend, a queer-goth named Liz, whose younger brother recently passed. She invites Liz to her vacation home, but Stacy must endure Liz's thirst for revenge and the misfit friends Liz brings.

    • Year of production
    • 2021
    • Genres
    • LGBT, Comedy
    • Countries
    • USA
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH-UNITED STATES
    • Budget
    • 0.3 - 0.6 M$
    • Duration
    • 108 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Kevin T. MORALES
    • Writer(s)
    • Victoria LEIGH, Bridget MCGARRY, Kevin T. MORALES
    • Producer(s)
    • Patrick MCGARRY, Patrick MCGARRY (GENERATION WRECKS FILM LLC)
    • Synopsis
    • Set over Memorial Day weekend in 1994, the story follows two 11th graders, Stacy Snyder (Bridget McGarry) and Liz Castillo-Campbell (Victoria Leigh) who were best friends until the 7th grade when a mysterious event drove them apart. Stacy joined the popular crowd and Liz, who was outed publicly, fell in with the freaks and became a goth. After years of antagonizing each other, Stacy is moved to repair the friendship after Liz's little brother accidentally drowns. Stacy invites Liz to join her for a weekend getaway at her vacation home in the Poconos where they used to go when they were friends, but Liz insists she be able to bring her own misfit group of friends and acquaintances from the school's fringe groups with the intent to retaliate for years of misery caused by Stacy. Chaperoned by Stacy's older brother Brandon and his bubbly girlfriend, Jess, the eight high school Gen-Xers are confronted by the future, adulthood, and their own personal issues. They realize they share more than just feeling alienated and lost, and that friendships can be mended in the woods with a lot of music, games and a little bit of love and weed.