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Two brothers witness the murder of their parents and grow up dealing with the tragedy in very different ways. As one brother struggles with mental illness and sleep paralysis, the other finds success in the unique world of found object art.
Thomas Francis Murphy
Miles, a writer from Los Angeles, doesn't believe that relationships can last for him...so they don't. Stuck in a rut with his writing, riddled with loneliness and frustration, overdosing on self and acting out as a solution, Miles attempts to reignite his connection with Julia, his longtime, on-again-off-again, ex-girlfriend. However, when Julia finally warms up to the idea and things begin to move in a healthy direction, Miles battles his deepest beliefs, while struggling to stay positive and not sabotage their relationship.Written by
Quincy Rose Films
Explicit sexual comments - avoid if that's not your cup of tea!
Miles To Go, is an intimate Indie film about a SoCal writer who desires a permanent relationship with his ex,, but continues to sabotage it with his deep -seeded belief that all his relationships are doomed to failure no matter how perfect they appear --- because of his sexual boredom issues. Frankly, he has an addictive personality and although he has worked on drinking and drugs, he refuses to work on his addiction to Massage Parlors. This is a story that many men will relate to, I believe, the fear of commitment versus fear of loneliness. There is also the issue of how much Mile's ex will put up with to retain a comfortable relationship with someone she loves and cares for. Once again we return to the loneliness theme.
The actors do an excellent job of conveying their points of view and although you may not agree with the character's points of view, you understand why they have them. There are some interesting choices made in the cinematography that add to the film's atmosphere. There is a very authentic feel to this film. I loved the dancing between the water and highway scene!
It's no easy task to both direct and act in a film, and to succeed as well as Quincy Rose has impresses me greatly. Kudos to Quincy!
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