The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger
NYU / 2014 / 10 minutes / English / Color
“For a short while, they were truly happy. But the world turns, and we turn with it.”
Tommy Chaos has personally destroyed a Russian submarine. Stacey Danger once escaped from North Korea using two celery sticks and some peanut butter. When their eyes meet in the midst of a dinosaur invasion, there’s no turning back from true love. Together, the couple goes on the lam in Stacey’s submarine-spaceship. But as the days pass deep in the ocean or high up in outer space, the couple has to confront the realities of their relationship.
Directed by Michael Lukk Litwak. The film won a National Board of Review Student Grant Award in addition to a number of awards at the NYU First Run Film Festival, including the First Place Wasserman/King Award. Principal Cast: Doc King and Valerie Brody.
- Visit the films website at chaosanddanger.com
- See the film’s IMDb entry at imdb.com
- Read the original screenplay