Loss. Isolation. Ambiguity. Can you trust your own senses?
On a remote wooded island, a young woman becomes caretaker to an elderly man in a vegetative state. She has no cell signal, no Internet. Only a year removed from high school and forced to meet the needs of a man who cannot respond, Joslyn vacillates between finding solace in his company and feeling fear and suspicion towards him. As the monotony of her daily routine starts to unravel, boundaries collapse and Joslyn struggles with sexuality, guilt and loss.
Nominated for the 2011 Gotham Independent Film Awards' Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You Award (in conjunction with the Museum of Modern Art).
Cast: Joslyn Jensen, Ron Carrier
Screenplay: Mark Jackson
Director of Photography: Jessica Dimmock, Diego Garcia
Film Editor: Mark Jackson
Composer: Dave Eggar
Production Designer: Alisarine Ducolomb
Sound: Michael Requa
Producer: Mark Jackson, Jessica Dimmock, Michael Requa, Jaime Keeling
Production Company: Red On Red Films
World Sales: M-appeal
Director: Mark Jackson