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A disgraced comedian is forced to come back down south to take care of his family, when he finds out his father is suffering from early on-set dementia.
Xavier Burgin is a writer/director from USC's School of Cinematic Arts. He’s the Director of Shudder’s first original documentary, Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror. He’s a Sundance Fellow, HBO alumni, Ryan Murphy Half Fest alum, semi-finalist for The Student Academy Awards, and a director for the Emmy nominated series, Giants. A goofball at heart, he's amassed 70,000+ followers via comedy, storytelling, and social commentary. He strives to bring an emotionally powerful aesthetic through drama, and a pleasantly gut-aching hilarity through comedy.