A series of 8 video monologues which explore in narrative form some of the big issues of our time including toxic masculinity, the me too movement, gender identity, the culture wars, police corruption, racism, loneliness, alienation, conspiracy theory, fake news and life extension.
Neville believes he has good reason to take a relaxed approach to social distancing. After all, his extensive online investigations have revealed the hidden reality behind the so-called pandemic. But will Neville’s selfless actions present a real danger to the elderly residents at the sinister Mountview Towers?
There’s a notion that it’s desperately sad when your halcyon days come to an end. When you go into decline and you gradually lose everyone you ever cared for and all the things which brought you happiness. But at least Arnold had all this at one point in his life. It doesn’t matter when. It doesn’t matter that it eventually comes to an end. Nothing lasts forever.
Jake only wants one thing from women. He uses dating apps to hook up with a different woman every night and he definitely doesn’t do relationships. When the lock-down brings an abrupt halt to his hedonistic lifestyle he finds himself in the unusual situation of striking up a platonic friendship with Lauren. Over the course of their Zoom conversations, Lauren begins to challenge Jake’s priorities and values.
Two worlds collide when self made millionaire Trevor, owner of the third largest chain of tanning boutiques in East Surrey, committed Tory and card carrying Brexiteer, suddenly finds himself at odds with a retired academic, the cosmopolitan and liberal minded Ewan. Although at first a trivial dispute, Trevor resorts to unusual tactics and matters start to escalate…