Reckless Abandon. (Comedy feature)

 

Low budget gay coming-of-age feature.

 

Adrian, 22, meets Oliver, 35. Adrian loves to party. Oliver loves plants. Adrian lives with four mad party animals in an old townhouse in Carlton. He really wants Oliver. Oliver really wants an adult relationship.  So Adrian dismantles his life and puts it together again so it looks like an adult life. Except instead of that, he gets absolute carnage, an all-out housemate war.

How do you suddenly grow responsible?

Reckless Abandon’ was developed with, and subsequently edited by, director and screenwriter Michael Rowe, who won the Camera d’Or in Cannes for his first feature Leap Year.

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