It’s never too late in life to find fulfillment. In Joseph McGovern’s short film, All Over Again, the key is finding inspiration and support from those around you.
“…once had a passion for music in his youth, but he’s suffered from writer’s block for a great deal of time.”
Gregory (Joseph Fuoco) was once had a passion for music in his youth, but he’s suffered from writer’s block for a great deal of time. Now much older, Gregory spends his day with his wife, Victoria (Constance Reshey), and at night he hangs out at the Bus Stop Music Café for its regular open mic night. One by one, beat poets and other artists share their hearts on stage in a warm, supportive environment. Can Gregory find the inspiration to revive his once youthful spirit with each soulful word of the younger artists?
All Over Again is exactly what you think it is, a heartfelt short film about artistic inspiration. The story is told on a very low budget, but with a cast that understands and believes in its message, which rings through the brief runtime loud and clear. Inspiration does not discriminate across age, race, or gender and lies dormant in the soul of every person only to be awakened. McGovern’s short offers a breath of fresh air, which we need it now more than ever.
"…a breath of fresh air..."