When Clark and Will meet Alison and Ida in a wine bar, the foursome struggle to have the most fun that four, bickering, barely married, pre-middle-aged, decidedly dysfunctional adults are capable of having.
Mary Elizabeth Ellis
Good People Go to Hell, Saved People Go to Heaven explores evangelical Christian belief and culture against the backdrop of hurricanes, coastal devastation and apocalyptic fear. The film ... See full summary »
'Snow Day' is a documentary film about life, death, and skiing that follows a group of senior citizens on their weekly ski trip in the Colorado Rockies. Full of life, but frequently facing ... See full summary »
Tucked in the trees of Oregon's Mount Hood, an introspective young snowboarder camps alone, anticipating a winter of adventure and self-renewal. Tenacious, 19-year old Sadie Ford operates ... See full summary »
26-year-old charmer Daniel Dembele is equal parts West African and European, and looking to make his mark on the world. Seizing the moment at a crossroads in his life, Daniel decides to ... See full summary »
Alma returns to Mexico seeking the man who caused the loss of her childhood home. He is not easily found, but the road to him brings her closer to her late father, and the secrets he took with him to his grave.
A young woman leaves behind the underground kink clubs of New York City and enters the world of commodified BDSM, where workers are paid to embody the sexual and psychological fantasies of complete strangers. When an unscrupulous night manager asks the woman -- now working under the pseudonym Mistress Remedy -- to session with dominant clients, where she is the slave for the hour, she accepts. She soon realizes that her "habitual" submissiveness at home does not prepare her for the pressures and risks of this side of the sexual service industry. Should she leave? Or should she stay and prove to everyone -- including herself -- that she can handle it? A hybrid of creative biography and narrative fiction, REMEDY is based on director Cheyenne Picardo's experiences working as a pro-switch in New York City. The film explores the good, the bad, the offensive, the cruel, the hysterical, and the absurd aspects of commercial BDSM. It provides insight without passing judgment, but only as fast ...Written by
The split screen used in the session with The Actor was inspired by Hal Ashby's editing in "The Thomas Crown Affair," which Picardo saw the week she struggled with editing the scene. Rather than having each shot portray a simultaneous action, each camera represented the perspectives of the character's in the fantasy. See more »
I don't know if you knew this but I'm a married man, as far as marriage goes in our cultural... structure... I love my wife. I've always loved my wife. At some point she stopped loving me, and I don't know why. I want to make unrequited love obsolete, or at the very least... illegal.
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"No animals were harmed in the making of this film -- unless they begged for it." See more »
The worldwide festival debut of Remedy has a runtime of 124 minutes and is considered the Director's Cut. There is a shorter version of the film that is considered less controversial which plays at 104 minutes and will be the length of the official release. See more »