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Nightfur (2011)

Not Rated | | Fantasy, Music, Romance | 20 December 2011 (USA)
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An introspective astrophysics major visits a remote lab to work with his mentor, Dr. Roberts. After his arrival, he finds that a young woman from the metaphysical side of the fence has been... See full summary »

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Jeter Rhodes ... Frank
Jana Danae ... Helen
Creighton Barrett ... John Moon
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Phil Brooks ... Roadside Salesman
Callan Curtis ... Judy
Lisa Jo Glass ... Helen's Mother
Meredith Glass ... Young Helen
Matt Groller ... Yellow Face Man
Sarah Penrod ... Girl In The Park
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An introspective astrophysics major visits a remote lab to work with his mentor, Dr. Roberts. After his arrival, he finds that a young woman from the metaphysical side of the fence has been taken in by the doctor. She is found to be sensitive to a mysterious signal coming from the depths of space. The unexplainable phenomena that occur force Frank and Dr. Roberts to look at life from a different, unscientific, angle. When Helen's forest dwelling spiritual guide enters the mix they find that logic, love, and jealousy become easily entangled in the presence of the unknown. Nightfur is a quirky, surreal romance film with elements of science fiction and fantasy. The film features music by world renowned Band Of Horses, The Parson Redheads, The Stevenson Ranch Davidians, Lucy Langlas, Black Nile, and more. Written by Anonymous

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Writer/Director Jason Brown is the front man and primary songwriter for the indie rock band "Nightfur". The band was named after film, as it was formed during the same time the screenplay was written. See more »

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Traveling To Different Planets
by The Parson Red Heads
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Excellent example of Science Fantasy
30 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

This movie was amazing. Its almost therapeutic to watch due to its dreamy pace and great music. I am a fan french new wave cinema and this movie delivers something to audiences that most Hollywood-Obsessed America misses. You won't find spoon feeding and a by-the-books plot, but you will actually have to use your imagination and hunt for its grand theme. It is a theme which is often overlooked in our everyday lives, but lurks in every corner of this well directed film.

The characters are quirky and at times and the acting a bit amateur, but while watching I couldn't help but be brought back to my Sgt. Peppers days when a good joint and a piece of art would remind me what is truly ground breaking and what is just a big commercial.

If you want to see a unique film made by real filmmakers that are not driven by the whip of commercialism and advertising money, this is the real deal! I am so glad to find that truly original indie films are still being made.


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