|Released||Apr 01st, 1999|
|Directors||Scott Johnston, Rob Daly|
|Company||Wasabi Entertainment Group|
|Cast||David Commander, Paul McKenna, Lisa Askins, Rob Daly, Shane Grant, Robert Schiller, Others, Maxx Stoyanoff-Williams, Joe Tweets Forcina, Stan Stammers, Phoenixx, Aubelena, Scott Fuzz, Debi Paoli, Liz Orleans, Chrissy Pergolini, Felix Diaz|
|Critical Rating||Not Yet Rated|
A cross between Living in Oblivion and Doom Generation -- in spirit, it's Black Flag's My War, but with a sense of humor. Writer/director/star Rob Daly's violo-punk Vision is one of answering machines, convenience stores, cell phones, mass murderers, go-go dancing, politically correct tyranny, and weird-ass urban myths come true. Daly essays the role of a 23-year-old film school grad unsuccessfully trying to sell his screenplay, soon coming to the realization that his situation "could only be worse if I was a wanna-be musician, chasing my rock-and-roll dreams in my fuckin' 30s. "Features a great soundtrack by Plastic Eaters.