A film about memory, death and re-runs.

 

OFFICIAL SELECTION

Hot Docs, Fantastic Fest, CPH:DOX, BAFICI, Edinburgh, DOXA, Union Docs, Rio, East End, Torino, Atlántida.

AWARDS

Fantastic Fest — Audience Award, 3rd Place
BAFICI — Grand Prize, Avant-Garde and Genre Competition
Boston Underground — Director's Choice Award

PRESS

'A remarkable cine-essay ... oddly moving and unlike any film in recent memory.' — THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER

'An experimental film in the truest sense. It's hypnotic but ponderous. It's boring but fascinating. It could mean nothing, but it could be brilliant.' — BIRTH MOVIES DEATH

'British filmmaker, poet, and writer Ross Sutherland's entry at Hot Docs is one of the festival's most unusual and potentially mind-altering selections.' — POV MAGAZINE

'Reinforces the power of creative readings and the depth of even the most seemingly superficial imagery.' — 4:3

 

WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY
Ross Sutherland

PRODUCED AND EDITED BY
Ross Sutherland and Charlie Lyne

STAGE VERSION DIRECTED BY
Rob Watt

STAGE VERSION PRODUCED BY
Show and Tell

VHS ENGINEERING BY
Sam Meech

SUPPORTED BY
Arts Council England