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Millennials are often labeled the "Peter Pan" generation, the kids who refuse to grow up.Volpe sees cross-media projects like hers as a way of opening up film writing to new voices."Ultimately," Volpe said, "I almost had a feature film". After rewriting the project and shooting new scenes, she decided the mini-series complimented the film. The young director shot the film in France, China and the U.S. with a "micro-budget," which Volpe said symbolizes how many in the millennial generation manage to get by.
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