Set in an industrial, minimalist future, the reclusive Trenton routinely relies on an underground drug in order to simulate life experiences. However, the effects aren’t always predictable.

Drawing influence from the clash of futurism and technology and the psychological illnesses of humanity, in this case Agoraphobia, the challenge was to create a genre-film, sci-fi, paying homage to some of the greats of the genre and injecting a cyberpunk culture as well as having some underlying social commentary. The film is primarily an exercise in genre.

Shot, guerrilla style, with Montreal serving the dirty future/underground feeling perfectly; taking a primarily industrial tour.

The film was produced by Outland View Productions in partnership with Greatworks.