LAFP 2014 Artist Spotlight: Clayton Taylor’s “Bad Buddha”

“Jase, a heart-broken twenty-something, picks up a mystical Buddha statue while thrift shopping. After discovering its wish-granting secrets, he plots revenge against the guy who stole his love away – and her too. Problem is, those ‘wishes’ are about to turn his life upside down.”

It’s a twisted comedy with a Hangover sense of humor. Everything that can go wrong does as his wishes backfire with hilarious results.

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