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Meet Kurt, from @KurtsWorld96. He dreams of one day sitting atop a social media empire, but he’s not there yet. He currently drives for the rideshare company Spree, which is cool for him because he gets to hang with so many dope people all day long. Fortunately, Kurt has come up with the perfect way to go viral: #TheLesson. He’s decked out his car with cameras for a nonstop livestream full of killer entertainment. In the middle of all this madness, a stand-up comedian with her own viral agenda, Jessie Adams, crosses Kurt’s path and becomes our only hope to put a stop to his misguided carnage.

Prolific indie director Eugene Kotlyarenko makes his Sundance Film Festival debut with this gonzo satire of demented social media obsession. Adopting the ambitious style of a continuous social media feed, Spree manages to keep surprising us with its ingenuity, its insights, and an energetic pulse driven by the lead performance of actor Joe Keery. If you follow @KurtsWorld96, he’ll follow you back.

YEAR 2020



RUN TIME 93 min

COMPANY Forest Hill Entertainment

EMAIL asst@foresthillent.com

PHONE (310) 730-8800


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Artist Bio

Eugene Kotlyarenko

Eugene Kotlyarenko is a writer-director born in the USSR. His debut film 0s & 1s (2011) was hailed as “the-ultimate-has-to-be-seen-more-than-once movie,” by the New York Times. His anti-rom-com, A Wonderful Cloud (2015), was called a “21st-century Annie Hall” by Variety. His most recent movie, Wobble Palace (2018), was a New York Times Critics' Pick. This is his first time in Park City, Utah.