By Fin Kennedy
Four younger associates go away the town in the back of and head into the desert, yet a burning mystery threatens to rip their lives aside. A bittersweet comedy approximately lifestyles, love and friendship as soon as college is lengthy gone.
Written in an ensemble storytelling variety that might go well with more youthful functionality teams round the kingdom, in particular these trying to find predominantly lady roles.
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