PITY PARTY follows twenty-nine-year-old Liza, as she begins to experience an emotional breakdown. She has the perfect guy, the perfect home, the perfect body, and – friends. Liza’s life is #blessed. Regan and Kennedy, Liza’s childhood frenemies, annoyed by her incessant whining convince Liza that she should throw a “positivity party” for New Years. Out with the old, and in with the new. Besides, the mysterious virus breakout is only happening in China. What have they got to worry about?
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