Synopsis by Matthew Tobey
From a script by director Wendall Adams comes Draftdodging, the first film from Hugh Eaton and Gavin Wiesen's independent Jimmyfilms. Anson Scoville stars as Berg a twenty-something Wall Street drone who is becoming more and more fed up with the hustle and bustle of the business-world rat-race. Finally deciding to leave it all behind, Berg moves to his grandmother's Summer home in the small town of Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire. With his girlfriend and four cousins along for the ride, Berg is able to relive his youthful days spent at the house. After some relaxation and soul-searching, Berg announces a major life decision that shocks everyone. Draftdodging won an Honorable Mention at the 2002 Cinevegas Film Festival.
life-choices, small-town, Wall-Street