The film follows the COMMUTER, as he embarks on his daily drive from Orange County to Downtown Los Angeles along Interstate 5 Freeway and California Highway 101. During the commute, he fields phone calls from his office, deals with clients and the pains and aggravations of the most horrific traffic on the West Coast. A satirical look at coping with the ever growing problem of too many cars and not enough road. During his drive, the Commuter finds time to worry, relax and contemplate his life while extending various philosophical views.
K-traffic, if there's no traffic, we'll make some
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2 February 2009 (USA)
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The films directors, Dave Cohen and Marc Wasserman met the film's DP Ford Austin on the festival circuit a year earlier, at the Bare Bones International Film Festival (where they took home Best Picture Awards for there respective films). The three filmmakers both had ideas for films that take place in cars on the freeway and decided to collaborate on COMMUTE. See more