Guidance Movie with Pat Mills


I have power. I am confident. A success story. People think I’m an interesting person. I feel radiant and abundant…If I don’t fit it in an imperfect world, I am better than the world I live in.

Another one of my favorites from last year’s Tallgrass Film Festival is now streaming on Netflix, and I definitely have to urge/beg everyone to watch it.

A former TV child star David (Pat Mills) who refuses to grow up, loses his job and decides to become a high school guidance counselor despite the fact that he has no credentials and completely unqualified. He is in denial, broke, and an alcoholic.

Yes, this is a comedy.

If I could take a break from being an adult for even just a week. I would totally be this character. I’ve attempted and failed the bathtub scene with the plastic bag of wine, btw. Someday…

Trailer: GUIDANCE from oslo/fusion film fest on Vimeo.

Let’s just say I exist in a space between caring too much and not giving a fuck.

2 Comments on Guidance Movie with Pat Mills

  1. Oswaldo Carnicelli
    October 31, 2016 at (2 years ago)

    Nice to read! This is something I will share with my friends.

  2. Santtu
    June 21, 2017 at (1 year ago)

    This movie is in my “must-see” list!

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