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Eureka!

  • 19 mins
  • 75%
  • All Ages
  • United States of America FlagUSUnited States of America
  • 2012
  • Dramas

Inspired by Joan Didion’s California, road trips, and personal experiences. Eureka! follows the final days of a fraying friendship between two actresses as they drive cross country in search of new beginnings. When opportunities sour for Sasha & Frankie back in New York, a rash decision sets in motion a road trip intended to jump start their dream lives. Sasha is finally moving to L.A. where she has a coveted role in a movie waiting for her. Frankie is coming along for the ride after a sudden turn of events back home leaves her future plans bleak. On the road, Frankie helps Sasha prepare for her big break, whilst becoming enamored with the role herself. Amidst the confines of the car and the endless road, their friendship suffers as the tenuous future provided by the script is made painfully clear. When opportunities sour for Sasha & Frankie back in New York, a rash decision sets in motion a road trip intended to jump start their dream lives. Sasha is finally moving to L.A. where she has a coveted role in a movie waiting for her. Frankie is coming along for the ride after a sudden turn of events back home leaves her future plans bleak. On the road, Frankie helps Sasha prepare for her big break, whilst becoming enamored with the role herself. Amidst the confines of the car and the endless road, their friendship suffers as the tenuous future provided by the script is made painfully clear.