Sunday, March 1, 2015, 5:00 p.m.
Dir. David Zellner. 2012, 84 mins. Digital projection. With Sydney Aguirre, Nathan Zellner, David Wingo. In the Zellners' second feature, a young girl encounters an older woman trapped at the bottom of an abandoned well in the woods and must then choose the best course of action. "Working with minimal means and devoted to longish takes in which incidents slowly build to often droll, semi-absurdist payoffs, writer-director David Zellner and his producer-cinematographer brother Nathan focus here on the narrow, entirely unsupervised life of a tough little critter…" (Todd McCarthy, The Hollywood Reporter).
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