With New York City as the backdrop, the feature film depicts three stories that explore the theme of urban alienation and loss – both physically and spiritually – through the immigrant perspective.
The characters find themselves traveling through the city via subway, towncar, and on foot, with the elements agaonst them, and wits as their only sense of direction.
Actor Jeremy Ray Valdez stars in H.O.M.E. Part I, “D, F & #1”; the vignette is a lyrical portrait of a young man with Asperger’s Syndrome. With Part III in post production, and Part II in the midst of pre-production, H.O.M.E. should be hitting the independent film theatre circuits in New York City and Los Angeles within the next year.
Until that happens here’s a little entertainment to hold you over. Gashouse Films’s Two-Time Audience Choice Award Winner, Lalo