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Directed by Aaron Katz

United States 2017 92 mins. In English

A heinous crime tests the complex relationship between a tenacious personal assistant and her Hollywood starlet boss. As the assistant travels across Los Angeles to unravel the mystery, she must stay one step ahead of a determined policeman and confront her own understanding of friendship, truth, and celebrity. Former Portlander Katz (Cold Weather—PIFF 34), “delves into dreamy neo-noir territory with nods to films from auteurs like Alfred Hitchcock, Krzysztof Kieslowski, Brian De Palma and David Lynch that tackle the ‘double’ in cinema—and the potential, in the process of taking on an alternate identity, of subsuming the darkness of another’s soul.”—AFI Film Festival. (92 mins.)

Filmography: Land Ho! (2014), Cold Weather (2010), Quiet City (2007), Dance Party, USA (2006)

Reviews: Variety, The Wrap, Screen Anarchy, IndieWire, Hollywood Reporter

Interviews: Tribeca Shortlist



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