John Cameron Mitchell & Stephen Trask: Nation of One

Runtime : 5 mins

Genre : Music Science Fiction


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Plot : Far from Earth, tensions escalate between a feuding astronaut couple (Gnosis and ZanFagna). A video transmission from John Cameron Mitchell pushes them toward escaping the ship-- and each other. "Nation of One" is written by John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask (creators of Hedwig and the Angry Inch) and will be found on part two of the benefit album "New American Dream" by John Cameron Mitchell and Friends.

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