Good Grief
I went to film school in the early nineties. So naturally I made a no budget 16mm indie art film about high school students into role-playing games who go on a road trip and lose touch with reality as soon as I graduated.

I toured it for a few months to film festivals, theaters, and punk house living rooms. So no, I didn’t win Sundance and get a three-picture deal. But it was a lot of fun nonetheless.

It's a fun little film. I made a million mistakes, but I'm proud it has a decent score on IMDB.

Believe it or not, I only have it on mini-DV and VHS. So if you really want to see it on say, DVD, get in touch and maybe I'll be spurred into action.

Good Grief. 72 minutes. 2000 Cast and crew here.