The 56 Pink Flamingos Movie Addresses the Ordinary

By: Jordy E  - Published: Jan 6, 2013 • References: facebook & indiegogo
The 56 Pink Flamingos movie is being co-directed by film students Andrea Varsany and Matthew Bianchi. The two have put their minds together in the hopes of producing a short movie that looks at the little pops of color that make even the most mediocre life worth living.

This independent video is centered upon the life of Catherine Sumner, a middle aged woman who lives at home with her pregnant sister and brother-in-law. When she is forced to move into her basement, a co-worker helps her with the process and is in turn introduced to her bland life. Their relationship prompts that co-worker to surprise her with 56 pink flamingos, hence the name.

Varsany and Bianchi’s interest in all things mundane separates them from their contemporaries. They have found a sense of thrill in the most basic of lifestyles, speaking to their artistic vision and alternative outlooks. The current indiegogo fundraiser will help to bring this imaginative project to fruition. Stats for Mediocrity-Themed Film Fundraisers Trending: Older & Chilly
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