Jeremy Royce’s 20 Years of Madness documents a group of friends who created a public access television show in the mid-’90s and their subsequent poignant, sometimes painful, reunion as they attempt to make a new episode.
Says main subject Jerry White Jr., “Jeremy had this great idea of using the archival footage to comment on different moments in the present day. It’s much like [Michael Apted’s] Up series or [Jonathan Caouette’s] Tarnation, which are touchstone films for us. You have these people young and full of dreams, talking about the future, and then you cut to them now.”
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