The Farce of Oliver Waters

Oliver Waters attends a dinner party to pitch his new novel. What ensues is nothing short of Oliver’s most heavenly nightmare - a chance to publish his first novel, but at what cost?

The Farce of Oliver Waters plays on themes of masculinity, power dynamics, wealth and superficiality. It addresses the inferiority complex and explores the feeling of being supremely uncomfortable in the face of ones own assumed mediocrity.


The Farce of Oliver Waters I 20 Minutes

Directed by Daniel Simoni

Written by Daniel Simoni and Peter Hartsock

Produced by Daniel Simoni, Peter Hartsock, and Gabriel Acosta

Starring: Michael St. Michaels, Denise Gosset, Sean Edward Evans, and Xander Steel

Director of Photography Peter Hartsock