Lucinella, an openhearted 20-something, visits her dour sister, Lore, in L.A, and we see the weekend as a narrated montage, kinetic & full of spot-on details of how trips like this go. The first day the younger sister, Lucinella, spends alone - eating red velvet poppers and trying to act casual on Beverly Blvd - but Lore takes off the other days from her job at CVS and once she's around, the nature of the vacay shifts. Lore is more at home plodding around pointing at bars that Bukowski liked to drink at, and having mellow conversations, than Lucinella's preference of prancing around imagining the world as a dream. There's a great deal of truth in Gooses about people of a particular age, about the differences between sisters, how those differences play out, at beaches for instance. Lore is the type that never looks comfortable at the beach, and Lucinella considers it a "tragedy of [her] existence." Behind all the free-wheeling (Lucinella calls Lore her spirit animal), she has some harsh judgement for her jaded older sister, which adds some heaviness to what we imagined might simply be a fantasy L.A. vacation slide-show. It strikes quick but, by the end, we're allowed to breath in some poignant real-time moments. A cool little short film, I'm looking forward to seeing new work from co-directors Shawn Sullivan and Joe Peeler. Thrilled to present the short film as an Online Premiere. (8 minutes) Written and Directed by Shawn Sullivan. Directed and Edited by Joe Peeler. Starring Zena Grey, Katy Knowlton.