It’s noon at a remote foothill park in Los Angeles: April is there to commit suicide; Krysta and Dennis tryst in his car while her co-worker Ian waits in a dog-shampooing van; Dennis’s wife Peg and her best friend Claire have followed Dennis and plan guerrilla warfare; and four 20-somethings from the same office are talking in a van. April seeks Ian’s help (lubricant, a hose, a lighter) and he asks if he can join her; Claire and Peg trap the lovers in Dennis’s car then have a heart to heart; Nathan and Babar disclose to Meredith and Cheryl that they are nudists while Meredith insists the men are gay. Disrobing and disclosures follow. Is it just another day in L.A.?
User Reviews: I first had the chance to see Kurt Voelker’s “Park” at the Cinevegas film festival. I then proceeded to see it at every film festival after where it was available. This is by far one of the funniest films I have ever seen at a film festival and I am so excited it is finally out on DVD…a great stocking stuffer for all those friends I have been raving about it to. I believe that (director) Kurt Voelker and (producer) Dana Jackson both have very bright futures ahead of them. Their casting, while risky, is dead on, the soundtrack is amazing, the production design is wonderful in that it makes the most of what is available, which to any indie film junkie shows the making of a great talent.