|June 19, 2019||4:45 PM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
After a traumatic event, a young woman tries to navigate issues of intimacy in a unique relationship.
In a small Belarusian village where time seems to stand still, nine-year-old Jasja's father sends her to an orphanage after her mother’s death. When she hitchhikes her way back she finds everything has changed, including her understanding of “home.”
Nan calls a mysterious late-night radio show to get some answers to her pressing questions about existence, marriage and her purpose on this earth.
A nervous man struggles to fall asleep during an in-office sleep study and enlists the overnight technician for help.
A series of vignettes catching different people at particular moments in time. While at first they may seem absurd, each scene slowly reveals itself as a sincere look at vulnerability and frustration.
Upstairs-downstairs neighbors barter sounds captured in food storage containers. With the sounds come fragments of past relationships and the hopes and disappointments that remain.
|Running Time:||96 minutes|