Screenwriter: Brenda Withers
Producers: Jonathan Fielding, Brendan Patrick Hughes
Pierre and Emily are bourgeois, charming, and a little bored. They live in a remote coastal town full of struggling artists— artists like Darlene and Ricky — who’d make a wonderful couple if only they’d stop being so feisty with one another. Darlene is a starving installation artist, Ricky is a carpenter who may have deranged political sympathies, and the volatile compound of these four humans may prove too combustible for a civilized dinner party. Soon sharp words, flying plates, illicit desires, and blood on the floor will reveal the barely contained animals within these specimens, and may lead one to a final deadly outcome. The debut feature film from the legendary Harbor Stage Company and starring its founders, with cinematography by Eagle Rock resident Emily Topper and directed by Eagle Rock resident Brendan Patrick Hughes.
Filmmakers in Attendance.
Q&A to follow.