A young hipster wannabe-superstar DJ, Phil, takes on a day job at a telemarketing company, working with crazy people, ex-prisoners, drug addicts and murderers. The time on his life begins to tick as he battles addiction, fights the law and tries to maintain the only sane thing left in his life, his girlfriend, Christine.
Mars Roberge is a Canadian-American dual citizen filmmaker, born in Scarborough, Ontario (borough of Toronto), living in Los Angeles. A film production graduate of York University, Mars Roberge is a multi-award-winning director, producer, screenwriter and editor. Mars Roberge, as a filmmaker, has been covered in over 200 publications since 2010 and is recently mentioned in best-selling novel, "Night Class: A Downtown Memoir" by NYU Sociology professor, Victor P. Corona. Mars Roberge is responsible for launching a new film genre in 2016 which he calls "Rocktopia" and defines it as "an individual's struggle against the ideals of a Utopian society where the only freedom of escape is to rock out." When not making films, he moonlights as a successful underground disc jockey named "Die J! Mars" playing every major venue in Toronto, NYC and Los Angeles since the early nineties.