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Something, Anything
USA | 2014 | 88 min | HD projection
narrative | section: New American Cinema

directed by: Paul Harrill
producer: Ashley Maynor
editor: Jennifer Lilly
screenwriter: Paul Harrill
cinematogapher: Kunitaro Ohi
cast: Ashley Shelton, Bryce Johnson, Linds Edwards, Amy Hubbard
music: Eric V. Hachikian
Just married to a successful business type, and with a lucrative career of her own in real estate, Peggy (Ashley Shelton) seems to be a typical Southern young newlywed. But when a tragedy happens, Peggy spins away from her husband, her career, and her circle of friends. Then, an unexpected piece of mail sets Peggy off on a spiritual quest to find something, anything more meaningful than the life she’s been leading. Willing to walk away from everything she’s known, yet not afraid to face the consequences, Peggy is a genuine contemporary hero. Writer-Director Paul Harrill, whose 2001 prize-winning short film Gina, An Actress, Age 29 was selected by Film Festivals around the world, makes an assured and gripping feature debut here. Harrill’s meditative and classical storytelling style, in addition to his compassionate approach to character, rightfully earns him comparisons with last year’s WFF selection This is Martin Bonner. A low-key jewel of a movie, Something, Anything is something indeed.

- JH
Scheduled to attend: Paul Harrill
 




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