Keeping Company is an independent satirical thriller written by Josh Wallace and Devin Das, and directed by Josh Wallace. Set in the vicious world of insurance sales, Keeping Company employs a satirical lens to examine the themes of excessive individualism, greed and exploitation in contemporary society.
Sonny and Noah are two brash door-to-door salesmen climbing the ranks within the corporate dog-eat-dog world of insurance. One day, after feeling the heat from their boss to get their sales numbers up, they cross paths with Lucas, an enigmatic, anti-social creature, whom they see as a potential new client. With no regard for Lucas’ plea for privacy, they rudely force their way into his house but soon thereafter find themselves trapped in his basement, incapable of escaping.
As the spotlight shifts toward Lucas and his demanding Grandmother, the similarities between this sinister household and the ruthless world of business begin to parallel each other. The two worlds become almost indistinguishable and head for a collision course that creates for a whip-witted and biting social satire on the importance of wealth, class, and power structures in an ever increasingly vicious world.