Stephen Statler: The Breathing Show Trailer

Stephen Statler: The Breathing Show Trailer (2005)

01 January 2005

In his feature-length film debut, writer-director Stephen Statler follows the lives of four young San Franciscans who haven't yet decided if they want to join the "real world." Producing a bizarre public access show (dubbed "Public Abscess") out of their Mission District studio, Hubert and Peter attempt to escape their depressing realities. Meanwhile, their friend Katherine enrolls in a New Age workshop to help steer her away from suicide.

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