Synopsis: After a lifetime of enduring his father’s brutal religious indoctrination, a college student becomes so tortured by the vision of who he is “supposed” to be that he takes radical and irrevocable action to quell his internal turmoil.
Sebastian Feichtinger (Harry the Beaver)
Adam Woldtvedt (Rollins)
Fernando Mitre (Bailey)
Jay Schmidt (Quinn)
This is a character study that plays with the theories presented by Carl Jung. As we dive into the mind of the main character we learn about the parts of himself that he chooses to shut out due to the inner turmoil caused by his father. Ignoring who he truly is leaves his internal creativity and free-thinking broken. Will he finally start listening to his true self or will he kill certain pieces of him once and for all?
Amy Nigro is a visual artist and poetic filmmaker that takes controversial issues and turns them into psychological thrillers or dark dramas. Her greatest inspirations include Carl Jung, Stephen King, Stephen Laberge, Ari Aster, Gaspar Noe and now Fredrico Fellini. Before her career in film, she studied zoology with an emphasis on primates and evolution, which eventually led her to anthropology and the evolution of human thought. With a developing passion for cultural change and the role that human awareness and empathy plays in this, Amy discovered the importance of storytelling and how film and visual media can impact the world.