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4 items from 2010


Fugue (2010)

10 October 2010 5:16 PM, PDT | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

Directed by Barbara Stepansky

Written by Matt Harry

Starring Abigail Mittel, Richard Gunn

www.fuguethefilm.com

There are two symbols that are central to understanding Fugue. The primary symbol here is the fossil, and the secondary symbol the egg. These two are connected in strange ways. A fossil is a memory that has been frozen in time. It is a dead thing, but its last moment of life has been captured in stone. An egg is life that has not yet come into being. It is a still object, like a fossil, but it represents the future instead of the past.

In Fugue the fossil is present almost from the beginning, while the egg does not come in until later. Under normal circumstances, birth comes before death, but Fugue is at its heart a ghost story, interested not in the normal, but the paranormal.

This is not to say that »

- Jonathan Weichsel

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Fugue (2010)

10 October 2010 4:26 PM, PDT | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

Directed by Barbara Stepansky

Written by Matt Harry

Starring Abigail Mittel, Richard Gunn

www.fuguethefilm.com

Review by Jonathan Weichsel

There are two symbols that are central to understanding Fugue. The primary symbol is the fossil, and the secondary symbol is the egg. These two symbols are strangely connected.

A fossil is a memory that has been frozen in time. It is a dead thing, but its last moment of life has been captured in stone. An egg is life that has not yet come into being. It is a still object, like a fossil, but it represents the future instead of the past.

In Fugue, the fossil is present almost from the beginning, while the egg does not come in until later. Under normal circumstances, birth comes before death, but Fugue is at its heart a ghost story, interested not in the normal, but the paranormal.

This is not »

- Superheidi

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Indie Watch: The Trailer for Fugue

2 June 2010 | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Fugue is set to make its World Premiere at the 13th Annual Dances With Films festival on Sunday, June 6 at 9:30 Pm. Director Barbara Stepansky's film follows a young woman who moves in with her boyfriend comes to believe her new home is haunted. But when she discovers the last nine months have been erased from her memory, she must unearth what caused the condition before the past destroys her present. "Fugue starts out as a haunted house tale," says Stepansky, "but a scientific discovery gives the movie an extremely modern and uniquely breathtaking twist. From that point onward, the audience has to ask themselves the same questions about reality as our heroine." Abigail Mittel and Richard Gunn star. Visit FuguetheFilm.com for more. Click here for »

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Fugue Tries Hard Not to Remember the Past June 6th at Dwf

25 May 2010 3:50 PM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

The Dances with Films 2010 film schedule hosts an assortment of thrillers and horror features this year with Fugue standing out as one of the best independents from a female director. Barbara Stepanksy helms a story about a woman, Charlotte, experiencing a traumatizing experience and then forgetting the past nine months of her life. Yet, images of her past come through in "ghostly footsteps, disembodied voices, and ...a faceless woman," (Fugue) despite her unconscious attempts to suppress the event. What happened to Charlotte (Abigail Mittel)? Fans of the mysterious will have to attend the show June 6th to find out. A film clip for Fugue can be found below along with more details at the Dwf festival site.

The synopsis for Fugue:

"Charlotte moves into a secluded hillside home with her boyfriend Howard, and soon discovers she is pregnant. But her happiness is clouded by several strange occurrences - ghostly footsteps, »

- 28DaysLaterAnalysis@gmail.com (Michael Ross Allen)

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