“That Drink We Said We’d Grab” is a collection of short films about long lost family and friends meaning to catch up, but neither party took the time to organize an actual meeting. Until now.
Production title: “That Drink We Said We’d Grab”
Writer/Producer: Hugo Lunny
Format: Feature film
Synopsis: “That Drink We Said We’d Grab” is a selection of short films centering around people who make plans to catch up over drinks, but never seem to follow through. Years pass, and their missed connections become a running joke until they finally agree to meet.
The film revolves around the idea of “reunion drinks” – the act of making plans to catch up with an old friend or loved one, but never quite following through. The films follow a variety of characters, all at different stages of their lives, as they plan, cancel, and reschedule their long-delayed drinks.
As the meetings unfold, old wounds are reopened, secrets are revealed, and relationships are put to the test.
Each film follows a different group as they navigate their long-overdue reunion with their own unique set of struggles and surprises. From lost loves to deep-seated grudges, the stories explore the complexities of human relationships.
Along the way, they may have second thoughts, get cold feet, or experience unexpected obstacles, but ultimately, they all make it to the bar.
Logline: It’s never too late to reconnect with someone from your past. Sometimes a drink with an old friend can lead to unexpected and transformative experiences.
Tagline: Be clear what you mean.
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