Synopsis: Lenny takes his girlfriend to a remote, exclusive location that’s home to the most transcendental art piece the world has ever seen. It’s going to be the best date — or is it? When Lenny is the only one who doesn’t get the art piece, his self-worth and relationship are challenged. Despite the steps he takes to figuring out how to love the piece, he ends up discovering that his opinion was right all along.
Emma Passarow (Lead)
I find it particularly unnerving when I just don’t like a ‘great’ piece of art that others fawn over. At best, I stick to my truth. But usually I’ll read a reputable critic’s review as to why this piece of art is so brilliant and I’ll convince myself to believe the same. But isn’t it important to be okay with not liking what everyone else does?
Graham Goldstein is a graduate of USC’s MFA screenwriting program. His work, often farcical, drives the audience to self-reflection. He thinks about the weirdness of human interactions a lot, and wants you to, too.