Solitude

Solitude

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“Two chicks on the road with a suitcase. Won’t be 20 feet before somebody picks us up..”

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SYNOPSIS

“Two chicks on the road with a suitcase. Won’t be 20 feet before somebody picks us up.” So begins the story of two young lesbian lovers, Soledad, the desert artist, accompanying Hilary, an enigmatic sales woman on their mission to get to Flagstaff. The ‘fun and games’ begin when Hilary’s brother Louis joins the picture and sets in motion a psychological power-play delving into the games played behind the closed doors of the suburban desert of Phoenix, Arizona


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 99 minutes
Format: 1:85
Sound: Ultra Stereo
Rating: NR
Genre: Drama, Alternative
Language: English
Country: USA
Website: http://www.SolitudetheMovie.com


CAST & CREW

Directed by:  Pi Ware & Susan Kraker
Starring: Patrick Belton, Mary Thornton, Ronna Orenne


AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

Winner, Best Director — Cinequest Film Festival
Official Selection — AFI Film Festival
Official Selection — Palm Springs Film Festival
Official Selection — Gen Art Film Festival

“Fresh and strong…ferociously eloquent!”
L.A. Weekly

“Well made, good thesping, especially from Belton.”
Variety

“Rich and intense…extraordinary performances. This film could easily sit alongside Eugene O’Neill’s ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’”.
Indiewire

“Compelling! The film rockets along on the strength of Belton, a truly magnetic actor…you know you are in the presence of a movie you’ll never forget.”
OC Weekly

“Unravels to depths that will leave you searching for words…Multi-dimensional performances from the three leads!”
San Jose Metro

“The husband and wife team of Pi Ware and Susan Kraker have created a psychological drama on an Independent budget that outshines many big budget films like it. There’s not really any one thing that makes this film so brilliant, the cast of unknowns are magnificent and really bring out their complex characters. The writing is something to behold, the script has so much going on and nothing is wasted, there’s twists around every corner that keeps you on the edge of your seat to the shocking ending that will leave your jaw hanging.”
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