EASY LIFE The Movie
EASY LIFE The Movie
After a grave mistake, a young valet driver will have to choose between following his dream or dealing with his responsibilities.
After a grave mistake, a young valet driver will have to choose between following his dream or dealing with his responsibilities. Read more
An, optimistic, stoner, freeloader, valet driver dreams of one day living an EASY LIFE.
Welcome to the "EASY LIFE" Feature Film Kickstarter! The place where you can get some positive karma in your life.
How it works: if we raise $15,000 or more before the deadline, EASY LIFE will receive your pledge. Kickstarter will only charge your credit card if we meet or surpass our goal. It's all or nothing.
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THE CONCEPT - Matty is a valet driver who feels that his only way out of his "miserable life" (smoking weed and parking cars all day) is by getting into a reality show called "EASY LIFE". Will Matty make the cut? will his ex-girlfriend want him to stay after finding out she is pregnant? will his ex-girlfriend's step sister ever tell him that she is also pregnant with his baby? Will life ever get any easier? You can help us find out what happens by donating to our kickstarter campaign.
Easy Life is a Feature film that Unethical Films has taken to produce. With the
collaboration of a talented crew, the company was able to foresee the project flourish from concept to Production completion in just under four months. The project is now in its final Post-Production stage in Los Angeles.
THE MESSAGE -Easy Life is about us. As young people we face a grim job market and like Matty we are insecure about our future.. It’s hard to dream today. if we tune in to the political discussions all we hear about is jobs, without any question as to whether people actually enjoy those jobs, as if people’s only objective is to work and make money so that they can then buy consumer products to stimulate the economy. In that context Matty is a hero simply because he dreams. He wants something he can’t yet grasp, and he is willing to embrace uncertainty in order to achieve his vision. Matty is a hero to us the creators of Easy Life because we grew up coddled (unlike him none of us impregnated two women at the same time) and yet we struggle to let go. We have to achieve something every moment because we cannot accept a vision grander than ourselves. We cannot give ourselves up to Fate. Our lives are a series of disconnected moments. There is no unifying thread because we want to strongly weave our own destiny. We wanted Matty to transcend that fear, and the fact that his vision is not concrete makes him a powerful example of that transcendence; he is willing to risk everything for just the outline of an idea. He just knows that there is an outline and trusts that behind that outline there is an Idea, an elevation.
We do not see whether Matty’s Idea comes to fruition, I don’t believe that we as the writers can even conceive of it (our own Idea is still emerging), but like Matty we are aware that there is something ahead, and that the only way to reach it is by not looking back.
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WHAT THE MONEY WILL PAY FOR- After filming the entire movie and feeling inspired by the story, the crew and the main cast decided to follow their dreams, leave Houston, Texas and continue their next stage of their lives in Los Angeles, California.
Director Enrique Caldera and Editor Gregory Goldman have been working close together in the editing room for the past 5 months and have reached an economic block. If successful the money raised will help them finish their post-production needs. Editing, Sound design, Color.
BRINGING THE STORY TO LIFE- THE JOURNEY - Director Enrique Caldera talks about the Journey CLICK HERE
Director - Enrique J. Caldera
Producers - Enrique J. Caldera, Casimir Blando.
Co-Producers - Leyla Perez, Duy Hoang, Ryan Aivalis
Writers - Enrique J. Caldera, Leyla Perez
Cinematographer - Casimir Blando
Editor - Gregory D. Goldman
Production Manager - Allison Czach
Associate Producer - John Alcera
And now "Steve" would like to let you know how he feels about being on set.
- (60 days)