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Birds of Neptune (2015)

Not Rated | | Drama, Music, Mystery | 22 March 2016 (USA)
For Rachel growing up requires letting go of the haunting memory of her deceased parents, the influence of her older sister Mona, the masking of long buried secrets and inherited spiritual practices.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Molly Elizabeth Parker ... Mona
Britt Harris ... Rachel
Kurt Conroyd ... Zach
Christian Blair Christian Blair ... Thor
Lauren Luiz Lauren Luiz ... Shay
Emma Anderson Emma Anderson ... Amber
Greg James ... Affluent Dad
Bonnie Roseman Bonnie Roseman ... Dr. Hadley
Rollyn Stafford Rollyn Stafford ... Tommy
Robert Zorn Robert Zorn ... Guru
Kyle Wise ... Bar Patron
Julie Vhay Julie Vhay ... VHS Woman
Diego Sanchez Diego Sanchez ... Man in Waiting Room / Strip Club Patron
Marlene Rudy Marlene Rudy ... Girl in Waiting Room
Dan Kyle ... Strip Club Patron


For Rachel (Britt Harris) growing up requires letting go of the haunting memory of her deceased parents, the influence of her older sister Mona (Molly Parker), the masking of long buried secrets and inherited spiritual practices. When things start to disintegrate in her childhood house with the presence of a stranger, she finds ground in her music and in the assurance of a new friendship. Written by Flavia Rocha

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Drama | Music | Mystery


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Release Date:

22 March 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Portland, Oregon, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Great Cinema from the PNW
29 June 2016 | by newyorksaintSee all my reviews

I loved this film. Just loved it.

At a time when indie filmmaking is focused almost exclusively on naturalistic films, Birds of Neptune, with its dream like world using dashes of fantasy escapes the typical indie cinema tropes. It has layers of complexity meshed together with visuals and sounds scapes and a tone that goes from meditative to hard hitting at just the right points. It's a beautiful lush film with a director, cinematographer, and art director who have a strong grasp on the cinematic.

The performances are electrifying too. With great work from the three starring leads and a fantastic supporting role from Lauren Luiz.

Reminds me a bit of the dreamy worlds of Jarmusch, Lynch and perhaps a tinge of the real in Larry Clark.

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