What’s your New Year’s resolution? To get a job? To move to a new city? To finish your novel? To get cast in a show? To take the next step in your relationship? To finally confess your love? To get divorced? A group of friends are grappling with these issues as they gather for a New Year’s Eve party at Diana and Joel’s apartment, but when the host couple breaks up, a night of celebration descends into chaos. The formerly tightknit group begins to crack under the stress, with philosophical drug dealers, unruly ravers, secret affairs, and last-minute confessions making a strange night even stranger. As the party continues, the question arises: Will the bonds that tie these friends together hold or will the group dissolve into just a collection of people who once knew each other? The brother-sister team who co-produced the film — Loren Martin Goudreau and writer-director Jacob T. Martin — hail from St. Louis and are equally passionate about filmmaking and their Midwestern roots.
With a Q&A with writer-director-producer Jacob T. Martin.