An ex lover drives a wedge between a couple trying to rekindle their love. At the core of this plot is a story that delves in topics like jealously, rage and obsession. The two lovers in the story are named Hedda and Neal. They have isolated themselves away from the rest of the world, in hopes of saving their crumbling love affair. Things become further strained when Hedda’s former lover named Jackson is invited to stay with them. Jackson’s arrival further escalates tension between Hedda and Neal. Besides the three main players the plot also features flashbacks to other doomed relationships who have occupied the house where Hedda and Neal have been staying. —10kbullets.com
Lydia Lunch (born Lydia Koch on June 2, 1959 in Rochester, New York) is an American singer, poet, writer, and actress whose career was spawned by the New York No Wave punk subculture in 1976. Her large and diverse body of work typically features provocative and confrontational delivery and has maintained an anti-commercial, do-it-yourself ethic, operating independently of major labels and distribution deals.
After arriving in New York City at the age of 16, Lunch moved into a large communal household of artists and musicians in NYC, including Kitty Bruce, daughter of Lenny Bruce. Soon after she earned the surname “Lunch” by regularly stealing lunches for her often starving artist friends. After befriending the ‘godfathers of punk’ Suicide at Max’s Kansas City, she founded the short-lived but influential No Wave band Teenage Jesus and the Jerks in 1976 with her artistic partner, No Wave punk-funk-jazz musician James Chance. Both appeared on the seminal No Wave compilation No New… read more