Synopsis: So like this mysterious meatloaf in the icebox is like killing people maybe…Bummer.
Meat is Murder takes a post-modern satirical perspective of the deluge of unnatural, processed foods and hyper-consumerism in our society. Combining elements of Ionescoe’s absurdist brand of existentialism and a contemporary Brechtian approach to storytelling (replacing the traditional chorus with a TV commercial jingle), Meat is Murder melds pop culture with social commentary and humorous pretension. Funded in part by the Indiana Arts Grant.
Sadly, we’re too broke to enter this one into more fests, but expect to see it soon as a DVD extra on our upcoming feature trippin’ (link to trippinthemovie.com)