Suffering from a rare eye disorder, a man convinces his estranged ex-wife to drive him back to the places from their shared past so he can see them - and her - one last time. Inspired by Ingmar Bergman's "Persona," this experimental narrative serves as a portrait of literal and metaphorical blindness, as the characters' memories of the past overlap with the fragmentary experiences of the present.
The cinematic apparatus, so often considered an objective method of documenting reality that parallels the supposedly 20/20 nature of hindsight vision, is instead presented as a metaphor for the ephemeral, biased nature of vision, a sense so often taken for granted. Multi-layered soundscapes combine with a visual aesthetic that expresses vision versus deprivation to evoke a disrupted sensory experience in the viewer akin to the fragmented perspectives and disabilities within the characters.
Shot on Super 16mm and HD video. Select screenings: iHouse Philadelphia, Wisconsin Film Festival, Yonkers Film Festival, Cincinnati Film Festival, Chesapeake Film Festival and Alexandria Film Festival.