ROCK ROSS • 7m 45s
This breezy, frenetic work was once described by filmmaker Rock Ross as “an original mambo-rap creation myth of chaos of vacation.” Indeed, the film begins with the bold, declarative text, “In the beginning there was only Chaos.” Nocturnal grown-up party scenes alternate with children posing, play-acting and frolicking on a beach. The chaos of vacation is checked by the inexorable logic of vacation: day follows night follows day follows night. - Michael Fox
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