A socially awkward band geek, Steven Turano, is planning on killing himself. However, when Clarence, the new quirky kid in school, befriends him, Steven's plans are sidetracked and he ... See full summary »
An old mining town on the Arizona-Mexico border finally reckons with its darkest day: the deportation of 1200 immigrant miners exactly 100 years ago. Locals collaborate to stage recreations of their controversial past.
Centers on conceptual artist Tina (Reiner), when she introduces her eight-month pregnant art school rival (Hendricks) to her non-traditional surrogate Kiki (Camp). The truth comes outs and the patriarchy fights to hang on.
David Alan Basche
Bardo Blues is the story of a man coming to grips with tragedy by escaping to paradise. Set in Thailand, Bardo Blues follows Jack as he struggles to learn the truth about the mother that abandoned him and his own reason for existing. Weaving spiritual awakenings and soulful struggle, Bardo Blues will leave you questioning everything you think you know about who you are, where you came from and where you're going.Written by
In addition to directing, producing, and acting, the lead actress, Marcia Kimpton, did all her own makeup for the movie. See more »
I'm finally starting to feel something. Not better... but something.
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The background of the credit sequence features the artwork of Graham Kimpton. He was the director's brother, an executive producer on the film, and suffered from mental illness. His battles inspired the writing and making of the movie. See more »
High rating for cinematography and pacing
Definitely not a movie for everyone. The short scene shots, as well as the bouncing nature of conversation, contribute to a sense of confusion within the movie. And that's what it's about... without sharing too many details.
However, for someone who finds the premise, content and conclusion a bit jumbled, it might be somewhat of a stretch.
I'm glad I watched it.
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