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The city of Boston's pollution level has reached a record high due to the Mayor's haphazard environmental policies. Rather than correcting the problem, the mayor simply administers gas masks to its citizens as consolation. In an election season, the city is adorned with political billboards vying for the Mayor's re-election. A proletariat anarchist/graffiti artist named Freckled Mary (played by actress Rachel Delante) seeks retribution for the Mayor's callous destruction of the city she loves.
Michael Parks Randa was raised in the woods of Massachusetts with his brother and sister in a family deeply rooted in social justice issues and the animal rights and anti-war movement at large, where his father founded the Peace Abbey. His home was on a farm where his parents ran a school for individuals with developmental disabilities. It was here that he learned the power of compassion from a young age. The impact that growing up in this environment had on me cannot be overstated, and can be traced throughout most all of hi film work. Collie Woods derives straight from the heart of these experiences and cherished friendships.
Producer(s): Michael Parks Randa, Collie Woods
Director(s): Michael Parks Randa
Cinematographer(s): Michael Parks Randa with Justin Owens, Mason Marino, Justin Poirier
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