Club Paradise seeks to understand the deeper meaning of vacation culture. It considers certain existing fictions and fantasies about vacation, the use of memory to control capitalism, the colonization of vacation areas, worker migration, pervasive control of workers' minds, the selling of nostalgia and marketing of adventure absent in workers controlled lives.
Filmed in the vacation destination, Cape Cod and islands, where Wampanoag peoples lived in paradise 7,000 years before Europeans arrived. The vacation migration is compared to early nomadic tribes led by their shaman on the tracks of game. Only now the game pursued is a state of mind, a workers’ consciousness, tolerant of capitalist slavery.