Durational performance art meets the excess of British festival culture in this new documentary film chronicling a 107 hour performance at Shangri-la, Glastonbury Festival, in June 2015.

Lead by performance artist and entertainer Harry Clayton-Wright portraying a politically indifferent but glamorous eighteen year old – Rebecca Xanthe Pollard, no relation to Su – who has locked herself in her bedroom for the entire festival as a protest against protests. The film chapters the anarchic revelry and immediate descent into chaos Rebecca and her friends experience as the festival consumes them and they consume it. Like a drag Trainspotting meets David Blaine in a wig…

First screened at the 1000th Duckie on Saturday 28th November, 2015.

“Incredible’ – Gay Times