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A stubborn and self-centered Latino cancer survivor returns home with a second lease on life, determined to make amends with the people he’s wronged - whether they like it or not - all in hopes that the good karma will keep him cancer free.

At the age of 33, I was diagnosed with Stage 2A colon cancer... and then I found out I also happened to have a condition known as Lynch Syndrome - a genetic disease that massively increases one's chance of developing colon cancer. Shocker. Fear not though! I beat cancer and though I'll always live with the chance of it coming back again thanks to the Lynch Syndrome, since then I've felt that I was granted a sort of "bonus time" on this earth. 


It didn’t take long to decide that I needed to use this time to share my story with the world. My goal is two fold: raise awareness for both causes while bringing some measure of comfort and voice to those afflicted. With colon cancer now the second leading cancer-related cause of death and rising at an alarming rate among adults under 50, there has never been a more important time for this information to be spread. What's more, sadly many survivors - especially those with Lynch Syndrome, like me - often live the rest of their life in fear that their cancer will return. Frequent and early screening has become essential to combat this rise and is our best weapon in the ongoing fight against cancer. 


Of course, as a comedian, it only felt right to do all of this through comedy, as these subjects are incredibly heavy and difficult to talk about. I'm of the belief that laughter - while not literally the best medicine - certainly helps. If my movie can educate viewers and bring light into the lives of survivors mired in darkness, I'll know beyond a shadow of a doubt why I was granted this Bonus Time. ~ Marc Anthony Sepulveda

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