When a cynical and self-loathing zoomer is diagnosed with depression, he can’t afford his antidepressants due to his lack of health insurance. As his mental health deteriorates, he must excel at street fighting to save his life - problem is, he’s the worst fighter on Earth.
FEATURE FILM | DARK COMEDY | 104 PAGES
Do The Right Thing
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
VICTOR ADAME is a Chicano (Mexican-American) screenwriter coming from a close-knit family in Riverside, California. Growing up in an urban Latino community, he made it his goal to tell intimate family dramedies that authentically portray Latino characters. Some of those scripts placed at competitions such as the Austin Film Festival, Sundance Episodic Lab, and Screencraft Screenwriting Fellowship where he was in the top 50 of nearly 3,000 applicants. On top of his Screenwriting MFA from Chapman University, Victor has also interned with Sundance, Franklin Leonard at The Black List and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences where he was part of the 2022 Academy Gold Rising program. He's currently in development on his first and semi-autobiographical feature, ¡Raza!, which he wrote and will also star in.