director of photography: CHRISTOPHER MESSINA
production: COCHIN MOON.  2014
format: FEATURE FILM. 16mm.
distribution: FACTORY 25

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"[An] exquisitely delusional comedy... its mainspring is the metaphysics of vision and the maddening quest for meaning; its subject is the pit of friendship.”
— Richard Brody, The New Yorker

"[BAMcinemaFest 2014's] most beguiling, unclassifiable entry… a modest project of big ideas: about solitude, collaboration, conspiracy, magical thinking.”
— Melissa Anderson, Artforum

“You're unlikely to see a more peculiar debut… a liberating alternative to anything else in recent American cinema.”
— Eric Kohn, Indiewire

“Bryant and Molzan have made something, in its peculiar, ghostly etiquette, that plays like a process film, part paranormal investigation, part detective hunt.”
— Ricky D'Ambrose, Mubi Notebook

"With its sensual 16mm, its wild girls, its weird shifting, this certainly imperfect film was the most promising gesture seen at Entrevues Belfort."
—Théo Ribeton, Les Inrockuptibles

"The American debut of the year, and like no other picture ever made."
— Craig Keller, Cinemasparagus


Festivals and Screenings:
+BAM Cinemafest 2014
+Entrevues Belfort 2014
+Unknown Pleasures (Berlin) 2015
+SF Indie Fest
+Unknown Pleasures in Berlin
+Indie Lisboa 2015
+JeonJu International Film Festival
+Maryland Film Festival
+Chicago Underground Film Festival
+Nashville Film Festival
+The Light And Sound Machine/Nashville

Below is a teaser for the film: