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This film reflects the 20 somethings angst of floating between the life you knew and the life you want. Five eclectic women journey into the vortexes of Sedona where they are forced to confront the resurgence of their traumatic memories.
Metaphysical Film: A metaphysical film uses the unique elements of the filmmaking process (cinematography, editing, special effects, etc.) to direct attention to the question of “reality.” A metaphysical film uses visual effects to transcend reality in a way that implicitly asks (or attempts to answer) metaphysical questions
Metaphysics: the branch of philosophy that deals with the first principles of things, including abstract concepts such as being, knowing, substance, cause, identity, time, and space.
I wrote this film after a period of depression that I experienced. I was feeling disconnected from myself, friendship and the world around me. I didn’t feel in control of my life and it was like I was floating in a dark abyss. I wrote whatever I was feeling and whatever messages I learned through researching how to NOT feel that way forever, in the hopes it would help someone else know they’re not alone. If I help one person from this, it’s done the job. I know it’s already helped me in so many ways including learning so many lessons while making it and continuing learning to this day. Guess I’ll be writing a lot more films!
Written and Directed by Dana Kippel
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