Kansas City, 1959. When Andy’s boyfriend leaves him, he drives across the state to confront him and discovers his lover’s double life.

About the Director(s):

Described as "wunderkind director" by the New York Times for his work in theatre, Charlie Polinger directed a variety of theater productions before transitioning into filmmaking, including Cory Finley’s "The Private Sector" Deb Margolin’s "Turquoise" and Marina Keegan’s "Independents" which was awarded Best Overall Production at the NYC Fringe Festival and listed as a New Times Critics Pick during its Off-Broadway run. He was awarded a Future of Storytelling Fellowship by Melcher Media. He graduated from the AFI Directing Conservatory in 2017.