"...Unnecessarily profound..." -- Davis Samuelsson IX, PhD
"Relentlessly noir..." -- DJ Kool Kool Cheetoh Kravingz, Professor of Applied Ethics at the University of Florida
"Gripping in every sense of the word... This is the work of a genius who knows how to cater to the sensibilities and internal sanctions of the most staunch intellectual as well as the common layman." -- Joseph Murphy, 8 year old, Pineville Elementary School
Story I: Beginnings and Recollections, confronts viewers and demands a paradigm shift in the way we percieve ourself, others and ourselves through the eyes of others. Through the use of a non-traditional narrative storytelling structure, the viewer is forced to participate and interpret the mode of time being presented to them at any particular time. This "experimental" film is very much geared toward the art fanatic, as well as common viewers looking for a good time, but also open to critical and intellectual stimulation.
"Dark Sunlight" was originally conceived as a singular film, but the concept and overall message could not be conveyed in that format. Thus, it was decided that a trilogy of films, to be shot back to back to back, would be the most appropriate course of action to serve the integrity of this suburban neo noir tale.
"There is more behind the surface... "
Directed by Emil Karim
Starring Jason Bonsall as Big Nasty
and Introducing Stephanie Centeno as Lola
Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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