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Two Twenty Somethings Decide Never To Stressed About Anything Again. Ever.

A biting new satire by Michael Costi about ​a generation that feels entitled to happiness​.

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Two Twenty Somethings Decide Never To Be Stressed About Anything Again. Ever.

Date: 14 Feb 2020

A young couple are worried. About everything.

From student debt to the resurgence of ISIS, their stress is prohibiting them from leading the happy life they’re ​supposed​ to lead.

So they make a pact. With the help of ASMR, Chicken Fiesta and home-brewed kombucha, they make a pact to never be stressed about anything again. Ever.

Written by Michael Costi (The Overcoat), Two Twenty Somethings​ is a probing look into a society where the expectations of the perfect life have outmatched the realities of growing up​. It uncovers the fear that bubbles under the surface of the millennial psyche and interrogates the unattainable goal of a better future.

Tom Anson Mesker (​Taste of Honey, Australian Open) ​and Jasmin Simmons (​Ditch)​ star. Eve Beck directs.

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