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The Sea Was Never Blue a snapshot of American life in the 21st century that takes aim at the neoliberal policies of the last forty years through the lens of a millennial veteran barely staying afloat working through the gig economy. Like a ship lost atop the waves of a raging sea, he tries to find meaning in a society that only sees him as a disposable commodity. Though cynical and close to giving up, he comes to the realization through his passengers that we are all struggling in our own unique ways. Only by getting past our surface-level differences can we hope to make a better existence for everyone.

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