Saturday, October 21, 4:00pm – Red Room
At the threshold of human extinction, a small group of disoriented people spend their time in absurd activities inside a house regularly battered by planetary climate change. Within such an unstable situation, and trying to provide a measure of normality, they develop their own strange belief systems and routines. A dark humor arises from the gradual decay of reason. This experimental film challenges traditional notions of narrative structure, and is a timely story.
Directors: Frauke Havemann, Eric Schefter
Writer: Mark Johnson
Producers: Frauke Havemann, Eric Schefter, Mark Johnson, Marcel Neumann
Cast: Inga Dietrich, Erik Hansen, Sabine Hertling, Charles McDaniel, Jack Rath
TRT: 82 minutes
Co-Directors Frauke Havemann and Eric Schefter will be present for a post-screening Q&A.