NATHANIEL CAYANAN

Writer and Artist in Los Angeles

Review: ‘Idiot Box’: Ambitious, but Uneven Dark Comedy

Originally published in the Pasadena Independent

-From left, Grey Rodriguez, Carlo Samame, Jordan Wall

Michael Elyanow’s The Idiot Box tells the story of a group of sitcom characters, a la the 1990s hit TV show Friends, as reality starts to slowly invade their cozy, ideal lives together in an upscale penthouse in New York.

It all starts when Chloe (Julie Dolan) meets Omar (Jonte Legras), the African-American guest star who acts as a catalyst of change and maturation for the Caucasian protagonist.

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This entry was posted on June 4, 2015 by in Non-Fiction.

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