|June 22, 2018||1:30 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
A long-married couple live in resentful silence, their daily reciprocal malice escalating to extremes. In this pressure cooker of a relationship, something will have to give.
During a professional conference in Prague, two simultanous interpreters in the Hungarian booth realize that only one person is listening to them.
Over a weekend at the beach, a young woman grapples with confiding in her family about a recent sexual assault.
A struggling open mic comic realizes her disability might be funnier than she thought.
Two boys wait outside a shop for a phone call in this film about fathers, sons and friendship.
A man wakes up from a coma speaking a fully formed but unrecognizable language, baffling linguistics experts from around the globe.
If there’s one thing Jordan knows from delivering dried bouquets, it’s that while every relationship is different, they all share one thing in common; they end. But one enlightening delivery message will change how she and her clients view the cycles of love and loss.
|Running Time:||94 minutes|