A short film about another side of Blackness. A coming of age story about the demons that haunt us.

Written by and starring Crosbie Roper, Epinephrine is a short film about a young biracial woman, as she navigates life in college, majoring in architecture, while also working at a strip club to pay for architecture school. It’s about race, colorism, sexism, and how our ancestral roots and generational trauma play a large part in who we are and how we view ourselves. 

Don, Pat and Tom is an all-female identifying production company based in NYC and we are excited to be teaming up with writer, actor and architect Crosbie Theodora Roper to produce our first short film.