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Tag: Dan Gill

Wander Darkly (2020)

Title: Wander Darkly
Rating: R
Directed by: Tara Miele
Written by: Tara Miele
Starring: Sienna Miller, Diego Luna, Beth Grant, Vanessa Bayer, Brett Rice, Aimee Carrero, Tory Kittles, James Landry Hébert, Dan Gill, Ethan Cohn, and Lamont Thompson
Release Date: 12/11/2020
Running Time: 97 minutes

Official Site

What did you think of this film?

A traumatic accident leaves a couple, Adrienne (Sienna Miller) and Matteo (Diego Luna), in a surreal state of being that takes them on a disorienting journey through the duality of their shared moments. By reliving fond recollections from the beginning of their romance while also navigating the overwhelming truths of their present, they must rediscover the love that truly binds them together. Writer-director Tara Miele offers a profound new perspective on the delicate nature of relationships with this emotionally moving story about a couple who must reflect on their past in order to face their uncertain future.

Are There Any Extras During The Credits? No

Are There Any Extras After The Credits? No

Creative Control (2015)


Title: Creative Control
Rating: R
Directed by: Benjamin Dickinson
Written by: Micah Bloomberg and Benjamin Dickinson
Starring: Benjamin Dickinson, Nora Zehetner and Dan Gill
Release Date: 3/11/2016
Running Time: 97 minutes

Official Site

The setting is New York, 5 minutes in the future. The glorious technological advances and communication devices of the near future meant to increase connectivity and alleviate boredom are only increasing the anxiety level of the insecure New Yorkers who’ve inherited them. David (writer/director Benjamin Dickinson) is an overworked, tech-addled advertising executive developing a high-profile marketing campaign, featuring musician/comedian Reggie Watts, for a new generation of Augmented Reality glasses. Feeling stuck in his relationship with yoga teacher Juliette (Nora Zehetner, BRICK, IFC’s “Maron”), he envies the charmed life of his best friend, fashion photographer Wim (Dan Gill, THE WEDDING RINGER) and his entrancing girlfriend Sophie (Alexia Rasmussen, CALIFORNIA SOLO) – so he uses the glasses to develop a life-like avatar of her. Unwittingly, fantasy and reality begin to blur. As passions escalate and things get increasingly out of hand, the friends are forced to deal with the impending collision between their public, private and imaginary lives.

What did you think of this film?

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