A futuristic, dystopian satire about marriage, sacrifice and algorithmic-induced emotional inhibitors. A comedy that should be required viewing during pre-marital counseling.
Two hundred years in the future, couples will need to apply for marriage licenses that expire after a number of years. Divorce is not allowed since marriages expire anyway. This has saved society a fortune. But there are a few die-hard romantics who still desire “’til death do us part.” If they don’t have the money to pay for an indefinite marriage license, there are other ways.
An hilarious and satirical look at marriage.
Written, directed & edited by
Boy – Clayton Patterson
Girl – Corinna Rezzel
Processor – Lashaun Clay
1st AD – Monique Shaw
1st AC – Quinten Reiff
Boom & Sound – Phil Stevens
Visual Effects – Zack Miller
Special thanks to eyeSpeak for use of location.
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