We spent 3 weeks prepping for it. My producers Mark Vashro, Jennifer Fink, Benjamin Wiessner, and JP Castel were awesome and they allowed me to focus solely on the performance and the pacing of the comedy and drama of the film. We shot it in 6 hours in Altadena on the 10th of October, 2015. We shot 6 full takes of it, 2 we had to cut short because we all started laughing. The deadline for Sundance was very near. I submitted a rough cut, it was a single take so I just submitted the take that I preferred. A month later, I got a phone call from the Sundance and almost fainted. Sundance had always been this unachievable castle in the clouds and they were telling me that something that I had written on my commutes to a full-time job had been accepted. I never dreamed it would happen. Then my writing partner, Dustin Hahn, suggested that we write and produce a web-series about me having a mental breakdown while we were at the festival and make people think it was real.