Final Homecoming, The / The Champagne Club
The Final Homecoming
The Hastings family was shocked when Robert Hastings horrifically murdered his mother and father with an axe. Three years later, hoping to move past this tragedy, Robert's brother Adam returns to his family's vacant home to settle his affairs. Before he can recover from the pain of losing his family, Adam must answer the questions he has about the worst night of his life. The only person who can unearth the secrets surrounding the double murder is a mysterious figure who once lived in the Hastings home.
The Champagne Club
Four thrill seeking, intellectual aristocrats of the Los Angeles art scene set out to a remote and exotic tropical villa. There, the two couples, Tim (Brian Donovan), his girlfriend May (Sara Rinde), Tim's boss, Bruce (Robert Ripley) and his wife, Connie (Jacqueline Meyer) find their retreat stocked with numerous sumptuous intoxicants: exquisite foods, the finest champagne, magnificent works of art, an abundance of drugs, and all the time in the world to enjoy these pleasures, and those of the flesh. On a sensory quest to find the real truth behind beauty and art that transcends art; through and beyond the limits of sanity and over-indulgence, at the peak of excess, they stumble upon a new an very strange kind of thrill... madness. Based on the letters written by Jonathan Hacke, an artist and mental patient at a psychiatric institution, The Champagne Club is a shocking and profoundly innovative journey into the heart of madness. This film won Best Picture at the Seattle Underground Film Festival and Best Cinematography at the Tribeca Indivision Film Festival.