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90 Days of Games

In 2020 millions of New York City couples were suddenly forced to quarantine together for 90 days, due to a new terrifying virus. This is the tale of their epic struggle to survive.

  • James Merendino
    SLC Punk
  • James Merendino
    SLC Punk
  • Lisa Hammer
  • Levi Wilson
    Maybe Sunshine
  • Lisa Hammer
    Key Cast
    The Venture Bros.
  • Levi Wilson
    Key Cast
    Friends from College
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  • Genres:
    romance, comedy, gaming, fantasy, drama
  • Runtime:
    5 minutes 15 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 14, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    0 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - James Merendino

James Merendino is an American movie director and scriptwriter. He was born in New Jersey, and moved with his family to Salt Lake City, Utah when he was six years old. After pursuing post-secondary education in Rome and Los Angeles, California, studying Western philosophy and theology, Merendino settled in Hollywood, California when he was 19 years old, and began a tenure with Hollywood mogul Dan Melnick. In 1991, Merendino was hired for his first motion picture, Witchcraft IV. His second film, A River Made to Drown In (1997), is a movie that was pivotal to the gay community in the United States, with Richard Chamberlain coming out publicly after the film's release. Merendino's most successful film, SLC Punk, was released in 1998. The film is centered on two punk rockers living in Salt Lake City and follows their daily nihilistic lives. SLC Punk is semi-autobiographical. The 2000 film Magicians was a European co-production with Alan Arkin and Claire Forlani. Amerikana was produced as part of the Dogma 95 by Lars Von Trier. In 2016, the sequel long awaited sequel to SLC Punk, Punk's Dead was released. James Merendino has directed 18 movies also served as the writer on the majority of them. He was nominated for best original screenplay at the Independent Spirit Awards.

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Director Statement

This film was shot during quarantine, the married actors/filmmakers filmed each other with their Black Magic camera as the director watched through zoom with a cell phone strapped facing the monitor. The footage was put aside, and the film remained unfinished until now. - Production