'Sharp dialogue, idiosyncratic characters and a wickedly brilliant structure that subtly derails expectation make "Laura Smiles" a rarity among mellers. The most unjudgmental view of sex and the suburbs since Kim Novak sought solace from the nearest warm body in "Strangers When We Meet," Jason Ruscio's sophomore feature traces the quietly psycho, often hilarious disintegration of an American housewife (a Tippie Hedren-perfect Petra Wright). With strong critical backing and judicious handling, "Laura" could become an indie American Beauty.' - Variety 2005
Directed by Jasion Ruscio
Cinematography by Sion Michel
Shot on DV and HD, Laura Smiles was the first Indie DV HD film to be blown up and printed on 35mm Anamorphic by Efilm Los Angeles.
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