Synopsis by Matthew Tobey
From E.I. Independent Entertainment comes this anti-establishment indie road movie, directed by first-time filmmaker Christopher Clements. Free Floaters follows the adventures of Jess and Marc, two anarchy-minded, young filmmakers, fed up with the technologically dependant and conformist modern world, as they head across the country on a non-stop nuisance-spree, breaking into video stores and dubbing over mainstream videos with their own independent film. Released in 1997, Free Floaters stars Gia Buonaguro, Marc Forget, and Jack Willis (1991's Love Hurts), and features music by TV Smith, Pervado, Gregory Kage, The Disciples of Agriculture, Barbara Mahfouz, Andrew Trapani, and Backlash.
anti-establishment, filmmaker, independent-filmmaking, video-store